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What Voters Need To Know Before Voting Tuesday

Voters should come to the polls prepared to help avoid lines in Fayette County for the general election.

2 prosecutors to serve as election officers

Two federal prosecutors have been tapped as election officers for the general election in Kentucky.

McConnell, Grimes campaign in Madisonville parade

Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates rode in the annual Madisonville Veterans Day Parade, their final joint appearance before Tuesday's closely watched election.

UPDATE: Judge Allows Controversial Campaign TV Ad Continue Airing

A judge refused Thursday to grant a restraining order to stop the airing of a campaign ad on TV by state Senator R.J. Palmer of Winchester.

Election fraud hotline to be open during election

The Kentucky attorney general's office says an election fraud hotline will be available on Election Day next week to help combat vote fraud.

Liquor Sales To Be Allowed In Lexington On Election Day

Liquor sales in Lexington will be allowed on Election Day next Tuesday following an ordinance change by the Urban County Council.

Bill Clinton to campaign for Grimes on Thursday

Former President Bill Clinton is returning to Kentucky for the fourth time to campaign with Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes.

Judge blocks rule barring judge’s party link

A federal judge has blocked a Kentucky law barring judicial candidates from disclosing their party affiliations to voters.

McConnell, Bevin to rally voters in Louisville

Sen. Mitch McConnell is scheduled to appear at a rally with his former Republican rival Matt Bevin on Wednesday, less than a week before voters cast ballots in Kentucky's closely watched Senate race.

Grimes Courts Labor Vote With Warren In Kentucky

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren brought her brand of populist politics back to Kentucky on Tuesday to campaign for Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in the U.S. Senate race.

More Than Three Million Kentuckians Registered To Vote

More than 3.1 million Kentuckians are registered to vote, according to the state. That's up more than 41,000 in the last five months.

Lexington Mayoral Debate At The University Of Kentucky Tuesday

Jim Gray and Anthany Beatty will debate with one week left before the election.