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Bevin wins with 83 vote edge; Comer will ask for recanvas

Statewide totals at 9:16pmCT, at the State Board of Elections gave Matt Bevin an 83 vote edge in the race for the Republican nomination for Governor.
  • Matt BEVIN/Jeanean HAMPTON, 32.91% - 70,479 Votes
  • James R COMER/Chris McDANIEL, 32.87% - 70,396 Votes
  • Hal HEINER/K.C.Crosbie, 27.05% - 57,948 Votes
  • Will T. SCOTT/Rodney COFFEY, 7.17% - 15,364 Votes
Comer, who carried Adair and surrounding counties of Casey, Cumberland, Green, Russell and Taylor overwhelmingly, said tonight that he will ask for a recanvas of the votes.

For the outcome of all statewide races, click to STATEWIDE RESULTS, Kentucky 2015 Primary Election



This story was posted on 2015-05-19 21:06:35
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