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  Kentucky
State Government
  Governor  Steve Beshear 2 11 +20.43%
  Lieutenant Governor  Jerry Abramson 1 11 +20.43%
  Secretary of State  Alison Lundergan Grimes 1 11 +21.25%
  Attorney General  Jack Conway 2 11 +10.03%
  Treasurer  L. J. "Todd" Hollenbach 2 11 +2.17%
  Auditor  Adam Edelen 1 11 +11.52%
  Agriculture Commissioner  James R. Comer, Jr. 1 11 +27.59%
  KY State Senate  Republican Party Control 0 12 +23.68%
  KY State House  Democratic Party Control 0 13 +8.00%
President
  President  Mitt Romney 0 12 +22.69%
Senate
  Senate Class II  Mitch McConnell 7 08 +5.93%
  Senate Class III  Rand Paul 1 10 +11.47%
House of Representatives
  KY - District 01  Edward Whitfield 10 12 +39.27%
  KY - District 02  Brett Guthrie 3 12 +32.58%
  KY - District 03  John Yarmuth 4 12 +29.42%
  KY - District 04  Thomas Massie 1 12 +27.15%
  KY - District 05  Harold "Hal" Rogers 17 12 +55.79%
  KY - District 06  Andy Barr 1 12 +3.89%
County List
 Counties 
Referenda
 Referendums 
State Supreme Court
 Chief Justice 
   1st District  Bill Cunningham 1 06 +22.53%
   2nd District  John D. Minton, Jr. 1 06 +100.00%
   3rd District  Daniel J. Venters 1 10 +100.00%
   4th District  Lisabeth Hughes Abramson 1 08 +10.48%
   5th District  Mary C. Noble 1 08 +100.00%
   6th District  Michelle Keller 0 13 +100.00%
   7th District  William T. "Will" Scott 2 12 +16.28%

Sub-Races
  U.S. House of Representatives  Republican Party Control 0 12 +7.59%

Neighbors

Created From
[X] Virginia
State DETAILS
Parents > United States  
Website[Link]
Established June 01, 1792
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifiedRP May 17, 2011 06:44pm
Description
PVIR+27.01 ( D-13.26 R+13.29 I+0.36 N-0.08 LBT-0.04 G-0.01 CST-0.08 PFP-0.05 J-0.03 A'sP-0.03 IR-0.02 )
KY CDs 2013-2023

Largest Population Cities [More]  
# City County Population As Of
1 Louisville Metro Jefferson 557,224 2008-07-01
2 Lexington-Fayette urban Fayette 282,114 2008-07-01
3 Owensboro Daviess 55,516 2008-07-01
4 Bowling Green Warren 55,097 2008-07-01
5 Covington Kenton 43,235 2008-07-01
6 Richmond Madison 32,895 2008-07-01
7 Hopkinsville Christian 32,076 2008-07-01
8 Henderson Henderson 27,933 2008-07-01
9 Florence Boone 27,745 2008-07-01
10 Frankfort Franklin 27,322 2008-07-01

INFORMATION LINKS
Kentucky Democratic Party  Discuss
KY Secretary of State - Elections  Discuss
Libertarian Party of Kentucky  Discuss
Republican Party of Kentucky  Discuss

PARTY REGISTRATION
Pty Amount % As Of Contributor
D 1,667,073 54.57% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
R 1,162,785 38.07% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
OTH 220,703 7.23% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
LBT 2,970 0.10% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
G 713 0.02% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
CST 245 0.01% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
REF 99 0.00% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose
SWP 63 0.00% Apr 16, 2013 Zeus the Moose

DEMOGRAPHIC
Population

MEDIA

EVENTS
Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Jan 01, 1900 05:00am Jan 01, 1900 05:00pm General Election KY Poll Open and Close Times Set  RP 
Nov 08, 2011 05:00am Nov 08, 2011 05:00pm General Election KY General Election  Scott³ 
May 22, 2012 05:00am May 22, 2012 05:00pm Primary Election KY Primary Election  Picimpalious 

BOOKS
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NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Feb 12, 2014 10:00am Legal Ruling Kentucky ban on gay marriages from other states struck down by federal judge  Article IndyGeorgia 
Oct 28, 2013 09:55am News How Kentucky Built The Country's Best Obamacare Website  Article WesternDem 
Apr 11, 2013 09:00pm Analysis Progress Kentucky: Worst super PAC ever?  Article Forwardista 
Feb 25, 2013 09:00pm News Kentucky Senate approves amendment to give Beshear extra year, move statewide elections to 2016  Article Scott³ 
Nov 08, 2012 12:25pm Oops City Council Candidate’s Wife Skips Voting Booth; Race Ends in a Tie  Article Homegrown Democrat 
Feb 16, 2012 06:20pm Rule Change Kentucky telephone companies pushing for option to end basic service  Article RP 

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