Over 70 calls made to Kentucky election fraud hotline

During the Kentucky primaries on Tuesday, 76 calls were made to the Election Fraud Hotline.

The hotline was open from 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Kentuckians are urged to call the hotline if they witness election irregularities or possible election law violations.

The calls came from the following 31 counties:

Anderson County: Procedural question

Barren County: Procedural question

Bath County: Procedural question

Boone County: Voter identification

Bourbon County: Voter assistance

Boyd County: Voting machine

Boyle County: Procedural question

Breathitt County: (five calls) four vote buying/selling, and one procedural question

Calloway County: (two calls) Procedural questions

Campbell County: Procedural question

Clark County: Procedural question

Daviess County: Voter assistance

Fayette County: (nine calls) Seven procedural questions, one residency and one voter assistance

Floyd County: (two calls) Special or absentee ballot and one electioneering within 100 feet of polls

Franklin County: Procedural question

Hardin County: (two calls) Procedural questions

Harrison County: Election official

Jefferson County: (25 calls): 10 procedural questions, four legal questions, three voting machine, two election official, two electioneering within 100 feet of polls, two vote buying/selling, one voter assistance and one disrupting polls

Jessamine County: (two calls) Procedural question and voter assistance

Johnson County: Procedural question

Laurel County: Legal question

Lincoln County: Procedural question

Madison County: (three calls) Electioneering within 100 feet of polls and two procedural questions

Morgan County: Legal question

Oldham County: (two calls) Procedural question and election official

Pike County: Election official

Powell County: Voting machine

Pulaski County: Procedural question

Rockcastle County: Electioneering within 100 feet of polls

Rowan County: (two calls) Election official and procedural question

Shelby County: Procedural question

Call from unknown location: Legal question 

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