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Clerk Lisa Greer: No changes in Adair Primary Results

No changes in either race recanvassed. Good progress is being made on getting an accurate map of the city limits. Draft of map completed by LCADD, and is now being reviewed by City Clerk Rhonda Loy.

By Ed Waggener

Adair County Clerk Lisa Clerk said in a telephone interview that there were no changes in the results of the May 19, 2015 vote counts in the two races for which a recanvass had been requested.

For Governor, those totals were with statewide winner in bold:
  • 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
For Agriculture Commission with statewide winner in bold:
  • Richard HEATH, 51.02% - 752 votes
  • Ryan F. QUARLES, 48.98% - 722 votes
The Adair County Board of Elections conducted both its regular monthly meeting and the recanvass at 9amCT this morning, Thursday, May 28, 2015.


The results were forwarded to the Secretary of State immediately following the recanvass.

Entire Board of Elections present for recanvass, regular meeting

The recanvass was conducted with the entire board, Clerk Greer, Sheriff Harrison Moss, Billy Curry (for the Republican Party), Ben Loy (for the Democratic Party) present, as well as County Attorney Jennifer Hutchison-Corbin. Also in attendance was Eva Smith, Louisville, KY, representing the Matt Bevin Campaign, and Elliott Burton, Columbia, KY, representing the Jamie Comer campaign.

In the regular session, Clerk Greer updated the board on the progress in redrawing the City of Columbia map. She said that a draft has been received from Neil Cundiff of the Lake Cumberland Area Development District and that it is now being reviewed by Columbia City Clerk Rhonda Loy.

Clerk Greer said that she is not able, yet, to predict when the new map will be complete and approved, but is pleased with the pace of action at this time.


This story was posted on 2015-05-28 10:49:52
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