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Voter turnout for Tuesday's statewide election in Kentucky was 11-percent higher than predicted, coming in at 42-percent.
Lexington, KY-- Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes predicted just 31% of registered voters to turn out for the the 2019 election. Despite those...
Election day is just one week away and as candidates continue to campaign, officials predict this midterm could see a higher than average turn out.
With the first wave of primary elections happening Tuesday, many are wondering if they will tell us anything about what to expect from Kentucky's primary in two weeks.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes confirmed Tuesday nearly 60 percent of Kentucky voters cast ballots in last November's presidential election. The State Board of Elections recently finalized voter credit for the cycle.
Kentucky's top election official estimates 60 percent of the state's registered voters will cast ballots on Tuesday.
Kentucky's top election official says she expects 20 percent of Kentucky's more than 3.2 million registered voters to cast ballots in Tuesday's primary elections.
Primary election voting numbers are typically low but the Secretary of State’s office says early data shows this year’s voter turnout may be higher than expected.
The Fayette County Clerk said voters waited a bit longer in line than usual but not as many people showed up to the polls as he would have hoped.
Fayette County Clerk Don Blevins told ABC 36 that Tuesday's low turnout for the primary election meant no lines for voters throughout the county.
Voter turnout in Kentucky for the 2012 election was about 59%.