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Hilda Legg vote, rankings by precinct, by percent, Adair Co., KY

Adair Co., May 17, 2011 Republican Primary. Secretary of State

Adair Countian Hilda Legg won resoundingly in every precinct and the absentees, by margins of from over 9 to 1 in, in order, East Columbia, with 10 precincts registering over 90% Hilda Legg votes. down to a still impressive 2 to 1-plus margin in the precinct supporting her least, White Oak.

Legg appears to have narrowly lost statewide in her bid for the Republican nomination for Secretary of State, trailing 1,102 votes with only 7 precincts yet to be reported at 5:25amCT, Wednesday, May 18, 2011.

The percentages and vote by precinct percentage ranking are as follows:
  1. East Columbia, of 143 votes cast, 93.71% of vote (134-9)
  2. Cane Valley/Holmes, of 126 votes cast, 93.65% (118-8)
  3. West Columbia, of 111 votes cast, 92.79% of vote (103-8)
  4. Milltown, of 108 votes cast, 93.52% of vote (101-7)
  5. Ozark, of 84 votes cast, 92.86% of vote (78-6)
  6. South Columbia No. 2, of 40 votes cast, 92.5% of vote (37-3)
  7. Little Cake, of 77 votes cast, 92.21% of vote (71-6)
  8. North Columiba, of 95 votes cast, 91.58% of vote (87-8)
  9. Knifley/Roley, of 76 votes cast, 92.11% of vote (70-6)
  10. Hurt, of 190 votes ) cast, 90.53% of vote (172-18)
  11. Absentees, of 58 votes cast, 89.59% of vote (52-6)
  12. Glens Fork/Melson Ridge, of 109 votes cast, 87.16% (95-14)
  13. Sparksville/Breeding, of 97 votes cast, 86.60% of vote (84-13)
  14. Eunice/Pellyton, of 66 votes cast, 84.85% of vote (56-10)
  15. Gradyville/Nell, of 83 votes cast, 83.13% of vote (69-14)
  16. South Columbia/Harmony, of 78 votes cast, 82.05% (64-14)
  17. White Oak, of 53 votes cast, 69.81% of vote (37-16)
Countywide, of 1,594 votes cast, 89.59% (Hilda Legg 1,428-Bill Johnson 166)

Statewide, with 3,564 of 3,571 precincts counted, 131,714 total votes, (Bill Johnson 66,408, Hilda Legg, 65,306)




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Bill Humphress: Keeping count of vote for sister



2011-05-18 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
While the election count was stalled by clunky computer equipment Bill Humphress of Knifley, KY, was keeping tabs on sister Hilda Legg's vote total. Only Cane Valley/Holmes remained. When Cane Valley/Holmes came in, with Legg's second highest precinct percentage and a 110 vote margin, (118-8) his sister had polled an astounding 1,428 to 166 victory, in Adair County, over apparent statewide winner Bill Johnson.

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