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Hurt Precinct Totals

Unofficial totals for ballots cast in Adair County in the 2015 General Election in Hurt Precinct.

Governor
Bevin/Hampton (R): 262 votes
Conway/Overly (D): 113 votes
Curtis/Curtis (I): 12 votes

Secretary of State
Stephen Knipper (R): 233 votes
Alison Lundergan Grimes (D): 144 votes

Attorney General
Whitney Westerfield (R): 260 votes
Andy Beshear (D): 109 votes

Auditor
Mike Harmon (R): 249 votes
Adam Edelen (D): 122 votes

State Treasurer
Allison Ball (R): 275 votes
Rick Nelson (D): 92 votes

Commissioner of Agriculture
Ryan Quarles (R): 294 votes
Jean-Marie Lawson Spann (D): 77 votes


This story was posted on 2015-11-03 18:25:57
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