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Adair County Primary Election Results

With all precincts reporting, unofficial results for Adair County show 2,206 ballots cast, with voter turnout of 16.73%.

Statewide Results

Primary - Republican

Governor And Lieutenant Governor
  1. Matt Bevin / Jenean Hampton - 334 Votes (19.0%)
  2. James R. Comer / Chris McDaniel - 1033 Votes (58.7%)
  3. Hal Heiner / K.C. Crosbie - 299 Votes (17.0%)
  4. Will T. Scott / Rodney Coffey - 91 Votes (5.1%)
Attorney General
  1. Michael T. Hogan - 607 Votes (43.4%)
  2. Whitney H. Westerfield - 789 Votes (56.5%)
State Treasurer
  1. Allison Ball - 809 Votes (57.5%)
  2. Kenneth Churchill Imes - 307 Votes (21.8%)
  3. Jon Larson - 291 Votes (20.6%)
Commissioner Of Agriculture
  1. Richard Heath - 752 Votes (51.0%)
  2. Ryan F. Quarles - 722 Votes (48.9%)


Primary - Democrat
Governor And Lieutenant Governor
  1. Jack Conway / Sannie Overly - 379 Votes (86.3%)
  2. Geoffrey M.Geoff Young / Johnathan D. Masters - 60 Votes (13.6%)
Secretary Of State
  1. Alison Lundergan Grimes - 341 Votes (78.9%)
  2. Charles Lovett - 91 Votes (21.0%)
State Treasurer
  1. Neville Blakemore - 99 Votes (26.6%)
  2. Jim Glenn - 51 Votes (13.7%)
  3. Daniel B. Grossberg - 29 Votes (7.8%)
  4. Richard Henderson - 60 Votes (16.1%)
  5. Rick Nelson - 133 Votes (35.7%)



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Primary Election, 19 May 2015: Calling out votes



2015-05-19 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Calling out the votes as each precinct comes in and reports on primary results. At the table, from left, clockwise, Election Commissioners Billy Curry (Republican), Ben Loy (Democrat), Sheriff Harrison Moss, Sheila Blair, County Clerk Lisa Lee. At right, County Clerk Deputies Vicki Hodges and Macy Feese enter information from chips brought in from each precinct and enter them into a new computer installed by Clerk Lisa Lee. In scant minutes a printer spit out 10 printouts for the the tabulators at the table and Adair County's fierce watchdog media outlets. It was one of the most eventul tabulations ever, starkly contrasting with November 3, 2014 General Election, still under intense scrutiny, and still not fully decided. - ED WAGGENER.

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Primary 2015: Bringing in South Columbia No. 2



2015-05-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Bringing in the South Columbia No. 2 precinct results at the Adair County Courthouse Annex were Vicky Pike, second from right, and Ann Melton. The precinct votes at the Jim Blair Center. Right behind them were June Shanklin and Lora Lynn Atchley, with results from Cane Valley-Holmes, which votes at the Trinity Fellowship Hall. - LINDA WAGGENER
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Tom Brock, Alice Graves arrive with Milltown totals



2015-05-20 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM photo.
First time poll worker Tom Brock - but veteran Adair County Road Department employee - and Alice Graves, arrived with the Milltown precinct vote, the only Adair County precinct which votes at a Greensburg address. The voting place is in Clay Ridge, KY, at Garrison Construction Company. Brock was asked by County Clerk Lisa Greer how the day went and he beamed assurance that seemed to say it was a piece of cake compared to his day job. The precinct was also best for Hal Heiner, who had the backing of the Larry Legg organization. Heiner received 43 votes to Jamie Comer's 51 votes, and 26 for eventual (for the nonce, at least) statewide winner Matt Bevin. Democrat Jack Conway had 85% of the vote from Milltown.

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The Vote from Ozark arrives with Glenna Shofner, Gail Flatt



2015-05-20 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM photo.
Glenna Shofner and Gail Flatt brought in returns from the Ozark Precinct, which votes in the Leon Huff Building, 7692 Russell Springs Road, Columbia, KY. Their fellow officers are Lois White, and Joyce Evans. The packet contained few surprises. It was a James Comer precinct. Comer received 61.69% of the votes in the most watched race of the night, for the Republican nomination for Governor; statewide winner Matt Bevin received 16 votes; Hal Heiner 13.73% and Will T. Scott, 1%. Democrat Jack Conway won a very solid 88% of the vote, taking 22 of the 25 votes cast in the precinct. - EW

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Riding down: Hurt couriers on way to Annex counting room



2015-05-20 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Hurt couriers ride down elevator. Hurt election officials Sharon Edwards, left and Fay Davidson brought in the Hurt Precinct 2015 Primary Election Results and chose the elevator to reach the basement counting room. Hurt votes in the VFW Post 6097 Hall, at 411 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY. Pamela Shouse Montgomery and Judy Watson, are also election officials at the precinct. Hurt gave it's biggest vote of the day to James Comer, who received 113 votes, 64.94% of the votes cast, to 21 each for Matt Bevin and Hal Heiner, and 9 votes for Will T. Scott.

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County Clerk Deputies greet, check in voters



2015-05-20 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
When couriers from the counties 16 voting precincts arrived in the tabulation center in the basement of the Courthouse Annex, they were greeted by Deputies of County Court Clerk Lisa Greer, from left, above Nadalie Inscho-Asberry, Becky Rogers, and Sheila Hayes. - LINDA WAGGENER

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Bringing in East Columbia, Election night, 19 May 2015



2015-05-20 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM photo.
Shirley Moore and Shirley Reliford, election officers in East Columbia, couriers for East Columbia precinct carrying the black bag with the vote for the precinct, which votes in the Wheet Fellowship Hall on Jamestown Street. East Columbia gave Comer 62 votes, 57% of the ballots cast in the Republican gubernatorial primary. The precinct, which a few decades ago was Democratic, voted 82.35% for Jack Conway who received 28 of 34 votes cast. The other officers at the poll yesterday were Katherine Jones and Wanda Bardin.- EW

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