Six Counties Will Undergo Election Audit

Attorney General Jack Conway announced six counties that will undergo a post election audit.

The counties chosen by a drawing will be investigated for potential irregularities relating to the recent presidential primary.

Kentucky law dictates that after any primary or general election the attorney general must conduct an audit in no fewer than five percent of Kentucky counties.

The counties selected for the audit include: Butler, Calloway, Letcher, Perry, Trimble, and Webster.


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  • by mason Location: Hindman on Jun 3, 2008 at 05:25 AM
    Wow, I can't believe Knott county isn't on the list but after all I hear it's still being carefully monitored by the FBI and with good reason, by the way does anybody know when they will be giving away free blacktop this year?

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