You certainly can’t blame the weather for keeping you from voting today. Despite the sunny forecast, Secretary of State Trey Grayson predicts 85 percent of Kentucky’s registered voters won’t even bother going to the polls.
The prediction seemed true this morning at Moss Middle School where the turnout was very low in that precinct.
For those who are voting today, you’ll have plenty of options.
On the ballot, voters will decide who they want to appear on the November ticket for governor, attorney general, state treasurer, secretary of state and agriculture commissioner.
With so many candidates on the gubernatorial ticket, there’s a possibility that election will go into overtime.
If no gubernatorial hopeful gets at least 40 percent of the primary vote, a runoff between the top two vote-getters will occur in five weeks on June 26, 2007.
Stay connected to WBKO and www.wbko.com as we bring you election results tonight.
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