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Agriculture Commissioner - Democratic Primary

Reporting: 0%
Jean-Marie Lawson Spann (Dem)0
0%
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Agriculture Commissioner - Republican Primary

Reporting: 100%
Ryan Quarles (GOP)92,700
50%
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Richard Heath (GOP)91,276
50%
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Attorney General - Democratic Primary

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Andy Beshear (Dem)0
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Attorney General - Republican Primary

Reporting: 100%
Whitney Westerfield (GOP)96,581
53%
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Michael Hogan (GOP)84,364
47%
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State Auditor - Democratic Primary

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Adam Edelen (Dem)0
0%
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State Auditor - Republican Primary

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Mike Harmon (GOP)0
0%
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Governor - Democratic Primary

Reporting: 100%
Jack Conway (Dem)140,627
79%
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Geoff Young (Dem)37,887
21%
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Governor - Republican Primary

Reporting: 100%
Matt Bevin (GOP)70,479
33%
James Comer (GOP)70,396
33%
Hal Heiner (GOP)57,948
27%
Will Scott (GOP)15,364
7%
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Secretary of State - Democratic Primary

Reporting: 100%
Alison Lundergan Grimes (Dem)131,640
73%
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Charles Lovett (Dem)48,083
27%
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Secretary of State - Republican Primary

Reporting: 0%
Stephen Knipper (GOP)0
0%
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State Treasurer - Democratic Primary

Reporting: 100%
Rick Nelson (Dem)44,397
27%
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Neville Blakemore (Dem)36,663
22%
Richard Henderson (Dem)32,914
20%
Jim Glenn (Dem)31,146
19%
Daniel Grossberg (Dem)18,284
11%
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State Treasurer - Republican Primary

Reporting: 100%
Allison Ball (GOP)84,516
47%
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Jon Larson (GOP)55,712
31%
Kenny Imes (GOP)40,039
22%

Bluegrass Polls

Bluegrass Poll: Minimum wage top issue in governor’s race

Roughly two months before Kentuckians head to the polls to decide who will square off next fall in the governor’s race, a new Bluegrass Poll determined that increasing the minimum wage is the top issue on the minds of voters.
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Toyota's top female executive arrested in Japan resigns

Updated: 7:55 AM - Toyota says Julie Hamp, who was arrested in Japan last month on suspicion of drug law violations, has resigned as managing officer. She was the most senior female executive ever at the Japanese automaker.

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