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Statewide primary vote winners: Trump, Biden; McConnell, McGrath; Barr, Hicks — and more


Staff report

With almost all precincts reporting statewide, Donald J. Trump has won Kentucky Republican primary for president and Joseph Biden has won the Democratic primary. Trump took 87% of the Republican vote and Biden took 70% of the Democratic vote in a field of ten candidates.

In the U.S. Senate race, incumbent Mitch McConnell took 83% of the vote in a seven-candidate Republican field and Amy McGrath prevailed in the Democratic field of ten with 45% of the vote. State legislator Charles Booker took 43% of the vote.

U.S. House District 2
Republican Brett Guthrie with 89% of the vote.

U.S. House District 3
Republican Rhonda Palazzo with 42.4%

U.S. House 4th District
Republican Thomas Massie with 81%
Democratic Alexandra Owensby with 59%

U.S. House 5th District
Republican Harold Rogers with 91%

U.S. House 6th District
Republican Andy Barr with 90%
Democrat Josh Hicks with 72%

Kentucky Supreme Court District 7
Robert Conley with 39% – nonpartisan

State House District 1
Republican Steven Rudy with 5.7%

State House District 6
Democrat Al Cunningham with 50.3%

State House District 7
Shawn McPherson with 48%

State House District 26
Republican Russell Webber with 79.5%

State House District 27
Democrat Brian Chism with 61%

State House District 28
Democrat Charles Miller with 59%

State House District 30
Democrat Tom Burch with 59%

State House District 39
Republican Matt Lockette with 60%

State House District 40

Democrat Nima Kulkarni with 78.5%

State House District 43
Democrat Pamela Stevenson with 74%

State House District 45
Democrat Shirley Mitchell with 69%

State House District 47
Republican Felecia Rabourn with 51%

State House District 50
Republican Chad McCoy with 59%

State House District 52
Republican Ken Upchurch with 57%

State House District 56
Democrat Lamar Allen with 55.5%

State House District 58
Republican Jennifer Decker with 75%

State House District 59
Republican David Osborne with 78%

State House District 70
Republican William Lawrence with 56%

State House District 71
Republican Josh Bray with 50.2%

State House District 73
Republican Ryan Dotson with 51.4%

State House District 81
Democrat Mike Eaves with 51.4%

State House District 82
Republican Regina Huff with 64%

State House District 83
Republican Joshua Branscum with 57%

State House District 85
Republican Shane Baker with 34%

State House District 86
Republican Tom Smith with 38%

State House District 87
Republican Aaron Yates with 76%

State House District 91
Republican Billy Wesley with 51%
Democrat Paula Clemons-Combs with 53%

State House District 96
Patrick Flannery with 78%

State Senate District 7
Republican Andrienne Southworth with 31%

State Senate District 15
Republican Rick Girdler with 78%

State Senate District 21
Republican Brandon Storm with 40%

State Senate District 26
Special General
Democrat Karen Berg with 57%

State Senate District 29
Republican Johnnie Turner with 70%

State Senate District 31
DemocratGlenn Hammond with 59%

State Senate District 37
Democrat David Yates with 67%

See full election results here.


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