Kentucky Election Officials Expecting Larger Turnout

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky is counting on having a larger
voice in the nation's presidential election this year.

With the Democratic race between Barack Obama and Hillary
Clinton still undecided, the number of voters participating in this
year's primary could exceed four years ago.

Secretary of State Trey Grayson says up to 25 percent of
Kentucky's registered voters are expected to turn out at the polls
on Tuesday.

The race between Obama and Clinton tops a number of races to be
considered by Kentucky voters on Tuesday. Kentuckians will also
vote in Republican and Democratic races for Congress and the
state's General Assembly.

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