LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Fewer than one-third of the Kentucky
legislative seats up for election this year will appear on primary
election ballots. But the lineup of incumbents facing challengers
ranges from committee chairmen to the newest member.
Twenty-eight House seats and eight Senate seats will be
contested in the Tuesday prelude to the November election.
Out of 119 House and Senate seats on the ballot this year, 36
are on primary election ballots - 28 in the House and eight in the
More than a half-dozen committee chairmen from both chambers are
trying to fend off challengers.