Election results

Compare Franklin County voting with statewide numbers

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FRANKFORT MAYOR (all precincts reporting)

Bill May .............................. 6,117 57%

Kyle Thompson ................... 4,627 43%

FRANKFORT CITY COMMISSION (all precincts reporting)

Robert Roach ...................... 5,483 15%

Tommy Haynes ................... 5,468 15%

Lynn Bowers ....................... 5,059 14%

Katie Hedden ...................... 4,554 13%

Sellus Wilder ...................... 4,379 12%

Michael Turner .................... 3,773 10%

Louis McClain ..................... 3,592 10%

Jerry Bailey ........................ 3,170 9%

PRESIDENT - Kentucky (ROMNEY WINNER)

Mitt Romney (R) 1,086,683 61%

Barack Obama (D) / Inc. 678,836 38%

PRESIDENT - Franklin County

Mitt Romney (R) 11,345 48.6%

Barack Obama (D) / Inc. 11,535 49.4%

U.S. REP. 6TH DISTRICT - Kentucky (BARR WINNER)

Andy Barr (R) 153,348 51%

Ben Chandler (D) / Inc. 141,496 47%

Randolph Vance (I) 8,340 3%

U.S. REP. 6TH DISTRICT - Franklin County

Andy Barr (R) 9,503 41%

Ben Chandler (D) / Inc. 12,812 55%

Randolph Vance (I) 815 3.5%

STATE SENATE 7TH DISTRICT - Kentucky (CARROLL WINNER)

Julian Carroll (D) / Inc. 33,404 59%

Frank Haynes (R) 23,212 41%

STATE SENATE 7TH DISTRICT - Franklin County

Julian Carroll (D) / Inc.15,296 66.5%

Frank Haynes (R) 7,699 33.5%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 56TH DISTRICT - Kentucky (ROLLINS WINNER)

Carl Rollins (D) / Inc. 11,000 54%

Douglass Jones (R) 9,372 46%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 56TH DISTRICT - Franklin County

Carl Rollins (D) / Inc. 2,520 55%

Douglass Jones (R) 2,071 45%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 57TH DISTRICT - Kentucky (GRAHAM WINNER)

Derrick Graham (D) / Inc. 11,639 64%

Don Stosberg (R) 6,571 36%

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ON HUNTING - Kentucky (AMENDMENT PASSES)

Yes 1,294,637 84%

No 238,401 16%

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ON HUNTING - Franklin County

Yes 16,324 79.7%

No 4,157 20.3%

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  • bodeen, finally, someone got it right. Good post.

  • To add to what I just posted, I think that most of us democrats are truly Independents by heart & will not vote straight party.

  • bjos, I think a big part of the reason for registered democrats is that it helps in getting a state job in a state where Democrats often win the Governorship. I was told when I registered years ago that no matter what I do, say that I was a democrat..

  • Can someone please explain to me the apparently schizophrenic nature of Kentucky citizens when they vote? More Kentuckians are registered as Democrats than anything else, yet Kentucky is considered a Republican state--justifiably, since the majority vote Republican. At least, for presidential elections. They seem to vote Democratic for governor.......if they are really Republican at heart, why don't they register as Republican?