With little drama at top of ticket, few Kentuckians vote in Tuesday's primary
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With little drama at top of ticket, few Kentuckians vote in Tuesday's primary

Henderson : KY : USA | May 22, 2012 at 8:40 PM PDT
Source: Courier & Press
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Many counties, according to the Kentucky Secretary of State's Office, recorded fewer than 10 percent of registered voters going to the polls. The scant turnout is being blamed on little drama at the top of the ballot where President Barack Obama was unopposed, and Republican Mitt Romney FULL ARTICLE AT Courier & Press
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