Kentucky State Senate races update
11/06/2012 06:19 PM
The polls are closing and results are beginning to come in. We will continue to update you with results as they come in.
(10:30) FINAL RESULTS OF TOP THREE RACES: – Sen. Perry Clark wins re-election in the 37th district in South Louisville – Fmr. Republican Sen. with controversial past Albert Robinson wins election to replace retiring Sen. Tom Jensen – Republican Stan Humpries wins the open 1st State Senate district in Western Kentucky over Former Congressman Carroll Hubbard
(10:00) Incumbent State Senator Perry Clark far ahead in the 37th State Senate district against Republican Chris Thieneman.
(9:05) With all 5 counties reporting, former Republican legislator Albert Robinson is up in that race with 53% of the vote.
With 2 of 7 Counties in the 1st State Senate district reporting, Republican Stan Humphries leads Democrat Carroll Hubbard by 10%.
(8:23) State Senator Perry Clark leads Republican Challenger Chris Thieneman by 6,200 votes with 87% of precincts reporting.
Former State Senator Albert Robinson leads Democratic opponent Amie Hacker by close to 3,000 votes with 51% of precincts reporting.
(8:00) In that 1st State Senate district, 11% now reporting, Humphries leads Hubbard 54% to 46%.
And in the 37th district, 58% of precincts are reporting and incumbent Perry Clark leads Republican challenger Chris Thieneman by 20%.
Albert Robinson maintains a lead on Democrat Amie Hacker by a little over 1,000 votes with 35% of precincts reporting.
(7:55) With only 1% of precincts reporting, Republican candidate Stan Humphries has taken the lead over Democrat candidate Carroll Hubbard to fill the open 1st State Senate district seat vacated by Senator Ken Winters.
(7:15)- In the 37th State Senate district, Incumbent Democrat Perry Clark is leading opponent Chris Thieneman with 60% of the vote, with 21% of the precincts reporting.
And in the 21st district in the race to replace retiring Rep. Tom Jensen, former Republican Senator Albert Robinson has taken a slight lead over Democratic opponent Amie Hacker with only 4% of precincts reporting.
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