Election Results

GOP Treasurer nominee K.C. Crosbie predicts 'spirited' race against Democrat Todd Hollenbach

05/17/2011 08:29 PM

K.C. Crosbie, the Lexington councilwoman who ran unopposed in the Republican primary, talks with Pure Politics’ Kenny Colston. Crosbie showed up to the Republican event at Lexington’s Marriott Griffin Gate hotel where GOP candidate for governor David Williams had his election night celebration. Crosbie now faces incumbent Democratic Treasurer Todd Hollenbach, who cruised to his party’s nomination Tuesday night. “One of the top questions people ask me is: ‘Who is the treasurer?’” Crosbie said. “That tells me right there that... Read more 

Primary Election night analysis with Jim Cauley and Jerry Miller

05/17/2011 07:23 PM

Democratic strategist Jim Cauley, who ran Steve Beshear’s successful 2007 campaign for governor, and Jerry Miller, a Louisville councilman and former official for Republican Gov. Ernie Fletcher, provide analysis on the developments of primary election night. 9:30 p.m. video: 8:15 p.m. video: 8 p.m. video: 7:30 p.m. video:  Read more 

Kentucky Primary Election Results

05/17/2011 06:00 PM

Updated 9:41 p.m. with 99% of precincts reporting Republican primary for governor/lieutenant governor: David Williams/Richie Farmer: 68,136 Phil Moffett/Mike Harmon: 53,677 Bobbie Holsclaw/Bill Vermillion: 19,605 Democratic nominees for governor/lieutenant governor: Steve Beshear/Jerry Abramson Republican primary for auditor: John Kemper: 70,524 Addia Wuchner: 52,613 Democratic nominee for auditor: Adam Edelen Democratic primary for secretary of state: Alison Lundergan Grimes: 85,137 Elaine Walker: 68,355 Republican primary for secretary of state: Bill Johnson: 66,068 Hilda Legg: 65,036 Democratic primary for state treasurer: Steve Hamrick: 43,114 Todd Hollenbach: 105,435 Republican nominee for state treasurer: K.C. Crosbie Democratic primary... Read more 

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Subscribe to email updates.

Subscribe and get the latest political intelligence delivered to your inbox.

TWEETS ABOUT KY POLITICS