Secretary of State Michael G. Adams is joining AARP Kentucky to deliver updates, resources, and walk voters through their new voting options.
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Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate Any McGrath says, "I'm humbled that Kentucky Democrats have nominated me to take on Mitch McConnell in November, and I can't wait to get started in sending him into retirement."
Businessman George Bray and City Commissioner Richard Abraham discussed their reactions and priorities after learning they will advance to the November election in the race to become Paducah's next mayor.
During the absentee voting period, the courthouse was inundated with calls from people asking for mail-in ballots. Some voters complained mail in ballots were coming in too slowly.
Local 6 will have live results from the McCracken County Courthouse when results from the Paducah mayoral and city commission primaries are in.
As anxious voters wait on remaining mail-in ballots to be counted, county clerks and election boards spend hours counting.
The Kentucky State Board of Elections added a page to their website where you can put your information and see if your absentee ballot made it back to the county clerk’s office.
The former University of Kentucky football player said waiting for the preliminary results felt like the moments before a game.
Bray said if elected mayor, he'll focus on the budget and being efficient with how the city spends money.
Mayor Brandi Harless sits behind challengers Richard Abraham and George Bray after Tuesday's in-person numbers are tallied.
While most Kentucky counties are waiting until June 30 to release their full primary election results, the Associated Press has called the state's races for president and the GOP Senate primary.
Dozens of people were reportedly locked out of the Kentucky Expo Center after the polls closed at 6 p.m., but they were allowed back in to vote.
From courthouses, to schools, to the home of the Racers, there will be a variety of venues for you to make your voices heard during Kentucky's primary election Tuesday.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear touted high voter participation anticipated ahead of Tuesday's primary because of expanded early voting and mail-in ballot opportunities the state is offering for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tuesday is the 2020 Kentucky Primary Election and Local 6 wants you to have all the information you need to exercise your right to vote.