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State Races: Kentucky
All times Eastern Standard
SenateMore
RaceStatusCandidateVoteVote %PrecinctsLocalExit Poll
Kentucky Senate
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Republican  McConnell
  (incumbent)
726,396 64% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Weinberg
400,81836%
HouseMore
RaceStatusCandidateVoteVote %PrecinctsLocalExit Poll
Kentucky 01
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Republican  Whitfield
  (incumbent)
116,599 65% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Alexander
61,49735%
Kentucky 02
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Republican  Lewis
  (incumbent)
122,244 70% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Williams
51,60729%
 
Libertarian  Dyer
2,0341%
Kentucky 03
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Republican  Northup
  (incumbent)
118,228 52% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Conway
110,84648%
Kentucky 04
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Democratic  Lucas
  (incumbent)
87,634 51% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Davis
81,55648%
 
Libertarian  Grote
2,3401%
Kentucky 05
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Republican  Rogers
  (incumbent)
136,456 78% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Bailey
37,90222%
HouseMore
RaceStatusCandidateVoteVote %PrecinctsLocalExit Poll
Kentucky 06
updated: 4:29 p.m.
Full KY
Republican  Fletcher
  (incumbent)
115,522 72% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Independent  Galbraith
41,85326%
 
Libertarian  Gailey
3,3132%
• Gov. Paul Patton (D), elected to a second term in fall 1999, is up for re-election in 2003. Sen. Jim Bunning (R) is up for re-election in 2004.
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