KENTUCKY (KFVS) - Voters in Kentucky decided on several important offices on May 21, 2019.
After the polls close, you can click here to check results as they come in.
Gov. Matt Bevin cleared his first hurdle toward a second term. Bevin beat three Republican challengers in Tuesday’s primary election.
He beat out three challengers:
Andy Beshear received enough votes to claim winner of the Democratic Candidacy for Governor, beating out:
- Rocky Adkins (D)
- Adam Edelen (D)
- Geoffrey Young (D)
Heather French Henry is the winner of the Democratic candidacy for the Kentucky Secretary of State. She beat out:
Michael Adams is the winner of the GOP Candidacy for the Kentucky Secretary of State. He beat out:
Robery Conway is the winner of the Democratic Candidacy of the Commissioner of Agriculture, beating out:
Ryan Quarles, the incumbent, is the winner winner of the GOP candidacy for Commissioner of Agriculture. He beat out:
- Bill Polyniak (R)
Several state office races were on the ballot.
The sample ballots are available online. You can click here to choose your county and see your sample ballot.
Attorney General candidates:
Daniel Cameron won the GOP candidacy for Attorney General, beating out:
Candidates for Auditor of Public Accounts:
Sheri Donahue is the winner for the Democratic candidacy for Auditor. She beat out:
Michael Bowman won the democratic nomination for Treasurer. He beat out:
Crittenden Alochol sale vote:
Voters in the City of Marion, Ky. approve the sale of alcohol with 403 yes votes to 277 no votes.