30 percent vote in Kentucky general election

The Kentucky Board of Elections reports turnout for the Kentucky general election was 30.68 percent.
The board’s website said that 982,259 votes were cast Tuesday out of 3,201,852 registered voters.
Franklin, Marshall, Menifee and Woodford counties produced greater than 40 percent turnout.
Christian, McCreary and Todd counties were all lower than 20 percent.

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