Someone, please explain how Kentucky Republicans can vote in the GOP AG and SOS by 17%- 22% ... And then vote for the Democrat for governor? How does that work?https://twitter.com/gatewaypundit/status/1722056635269448003
18m ago / 6:12 PM CST
Kentucky Republican Secretary of State Michael Adams wins re-election Scott Bland
Republican Secretary of State Michael Adams won re-election in Kentucky, NBC News projects, earning another four years as the state’s chief election officer.
Adams, who worked to pass a bipartisan election law in Kentucky after managing the state’s voting during the Covid-19 pandemic, faced GOP primary challengers earlier this year who charged that he wasn’t doing enough to combat voter fraud
4m ago / 6:34 PM CST
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear running slightly ahead of his 2019 vote share in several nearly completed counties
Kentucky’s race for governor is too close to call, but a positive sign for Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear is emerging in the counties that are nearly done counting their votes. He’s running slightly ahead of his 2019 vote share so far in those counties --- and, of course, Beshear won the governorship in 2019.
Take Bell County, where 29 of 30 precincts are in. Republican Daniel Cameron leads Beshear there so far, 59.8% to 40.3% --- but that’s a county where Beshear only got 36.5% of the vote when he narrowly won statewide in 2019.
Another example: Taylor County, where 18 of 20 precincts are in. Again, Cameron leads: 59.2% to 40.8%. But again, Beshear is running ahead of his 2019 vote share in the county (36.9%).