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2016 Kentucky Republican Presidential caucus is Sat 5 Mar 2016

By Pen Waggener

On Saturday, March 5, 2016, registered Republican voters in Kentucky can cast a ballot for Republican candidates for President in the 2016 Kentucky Republican Presidential Caucus. Registered Republicans will choose candidates in other Republican primary races during the regular Kentucy Primary Election on May 17, 2016.

Unlike the Primary and General elections, the Republican caucus will take place at only one location in Adair and surrounding counties. Any voter who was registered as Republican by Dec. 31, 2015, will be eligible to vote in the caucus. Voting hours will be 10am to 4pm local time. A Republican voter may come to their assigned caucus location anytime during those hours to cast their vote.

Locations for Adair and surrounding counties are:

  1. Adair County
    Adair County High School
    526 Indian Drive
    Columbia, KY 42728

  2. Casey County
    Central Kentucky AG Expo Center
    678 Wallace Wilkinson Blvd
    Liberty, KY 42539

  3. Cumberland County
    Cumberland County Middle School
    908 North Main Street
    Burkesville, KY 42717

  4. Green County
    Green County High School
    302 Brummal Avenue
    Greensburg, KY 42743

  5. Metcalfe County
    Metcalfe County Judicial Center
    100 East Stockton Street
    Edmonton, KY 42129

  6. Russell County
    Russell Springs Elementary School
    1554 North Highway 127
    Russell Springs, KY 42642

  7. Taylor County
    Veterans Memorial Park - Community Center
    Hodgensville Road/KY-3183 City County Park
    Campbellsville, KY 42718
For more information about the caucus, visit the Republican Party of Kentucky web site at rpk.org/caucus.

For more information about the change in election format, see the wikipedia entry on the United States Senate election in Kentucky, 2016. The change from a primary to a caucus was made primarily to allow Senator Rand Paul to run for President while remaining in the race for his Senate seat, because Kentucky state law prohibits a candidate from appearing on the ballot twice in general or primary elections. Paul has since dropped out of the 2016 Presidential race.


This story was posted on 2016-03-01 13:55:26
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