Election Updates

Nov 8, 2016

Credit Kentucky Secretary of State's Office

Click through post to click through to:

WKYT Election Coverage
 

Herald-Leader
 

 

In the 435 U.S. House races, the Republicans have won 172 seats

and are leading in the races for 49 seats. The Democrats have won 116

seats and are leading in the races for 20 seats. Independent and other

party candidates have won or are leading for 0 seats. If these trends

continue the Republicans will retain control of the U.S. House and will

lose 1 seat.
 

In the 34 U.S. Senate races, the Republicans have won 16 seats

and are leading in the races for 6 seats. The Democrats have won 6

seats and are leading in the races for 1 seat. Independent and other

party candidates have won or are leading for 0 seats.
 

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — GOP wins majority in Kentucky House, the last legislative chamber in the South controlled by Democrats:

Kentucky

1: James Comer, GOP
2: Brett Guthrie, GOP (i)
3: John Yarmuth, Dem (i)
4: Thomas Massie, GOP (i)
5: Hal Rogers, GOP (i)
6: Andy Barr, GOP (i)
 

Kentucky - District 1

636 of 639 precincts - 99 percent -Open

Samuel Gaskins, Dem 80,644 - 27 percent

x-James Comer, GOP 215,270 - 73 percent

Kentucky - District 2

x-Brett Guthrie, GOP (i) Uncontested

Kentucky - District 3

600 of 608 precincts - 99 percent

x-John Yarmuth, Dem (i) 209,972 - 63 percent

Harold Bratcher, GOP 120,787 - 37 percent

Everett Corley, Oth 0 - 0 percent

Kentucky - District 4

543 of 544 precincts - 99 percent

Calvin Sidle, Dem 94,064 - 29 percent

x-Thomas Massie, GOP (i) 233,922 - 71 percent

Kentucky - District 5

x-Hal Rogers, GOP (i) Uncontested

Kentucky - District 6

632 of 632 precincts - 100 percent

Nancy Jo Kemper, Dem 128,760 - 39 percent

x-Andy Barr, GOP (i) 202,093 - 61 percent

48 of 48 precincts - 100 percent

x-Steven J. Rudy, GOP (i) 14,260 - 71 percent

Michael Murphy, Dem 5,919 - 29 percent

District 2

35 of 35 precincts - 100 percent

x-Richard Heath, GOP (i) 11,699 - 60 percent

Jesse Wright, Dem 7,647 - 40 percent

District 3

36 of 36 precincts - 100 percent

x-Gerald Watkins, Dem (i) 9,869 - 55 percent

Joni Hogancamp, GOP 7,958 - 45 percent

District 5

37 of 38 precincts - 97 percent

x-Kenny Imes, GOP (i) 12,989 - 69 percent

David Ramey, Dem 5,812 - 31 percent

District 6

32 of 32 precincts - 100 percent

x-Will Coursey, Dem (i) 11,399 - 52 percent

Paula Robinson, GOP 9,393 - 43 percent

David Watson, Lib 972 - 4 percent

District 7

44 of 44 precincts - 100 percent

x-Suzanne Miles, GOP (i) 13,189 - 63 percent

Joy Gray, Dem 7,750 - 37 percent

District 8

27 of 27 precincts - 100 percent

Walker Thomas, GOP 6,577 - 52 percent

Jeffery Taylor, Dem (i) 6,103 - 48 percent

District 10

36 of 36 precincts - 100 percent

Dean Schamore, Dem (i) 10,712 - 55 percent

T W Shortt, GOP 8,698 - 45 percent

District 11

40 of 40 precincts - 100 percent

Robert Mills, GOP 9,728 - 52 percent

David Watkins, Dem (i) 9,117 - 48 percent

District 12

44 of 44 precincts - 100 percent

x-Jim Gooch , GOP (i) 12,711 - 61 percent

James Townsend, Dem 8,059 - 39 percent

District 13

39 of 39 precincts - 100 percent

x-DJ Johnson, GOP 8,434 - 51 percent

Jim Glenn, Dem (i) 8,170 - 49 percent

District 14

37 of 37 precincts - 100 percent

x-Matt Castlen, GOP 13,554 - 64 percent

Tommy Thompson, Dem (i) 7,775 - 36 percent

District 15

40 of 40 precincts - 100 percent

x-Melinda Prunty, GOP 10,597 - 57 percent

Brent Yonts, Dem (i) 7,973 - 43 percent

District 16

35 of 35 precincts - 100 percent

x-Jason Petrie, GOP 10,119 - 66 percent

Martha King, Dem (i) 5,262 - 34 percent

District 19

31 of 36 precincts - 86 percent

Michael Meredith, GOP (i) 9,933 - 70 percent

John Smith, Dem 4,237 - 30 percent

District 20

24 of 31 precincts - 77 percent

Jody Richards, Dem (i) 6,513 - 58 percent

Melinda Hill, GOP 4,797 - 42 percent

District 23

1 of 26 precincts - 4 percent

Steve Riley, GOP 792 - 63 percent

Danny Basil, Dem 465 - 37 percent

District 24

37 of 39 precincts - 95 percent

William Reed, GOP 9,865 - 53 percent

Terry Mills, Dem (i) 8,763 - 47 percent

District 25

23 of 23 precincts - 100 percent

x-Jim DuPlessis, GOP (i) 13,629 - 72 percent

Michael Dile, Dem 5,187 - 28 percent

District 27

28 of 28 precincts - 100 percent

x-Jeff Greer, Dem (i) 9,056 - 54 percent

Rachelle Frazier, GOP 7,763 - 46 percent

District 28

27 of 27 precincts - 100 percent

x-Charles Miller, Dem (i) 8,953 - 53 percent

Michael Payne, GOP 7,854 - 47 percent

District 30

38 of 39 precincts - 97 percent

x-Tom Burch, Dem (i) 12,678 - 77 percent

Waymen Eddings, GOP 3,833 - 23 percent

District 31

29 of 29 precincts - 100 percent

x-Steve Riggs, Dem (i) 12,085 - 58 percent

Sarah Provancher, GOP 8,792 - 42 percent

District 33

35 of 35 precincts - 100 percent

x-Jason Nemes, GOP 14,145 - 56 percent

Rob Walker, Dem 11,289 - 44 percent

District 37

32 of 33 precincts - 97 percent

Jeffery Donohue, Dem (i) 7,387 - 52 percent

Mark Wilson, GOP 6,817 - 48 percent

AP Elections 11-08-2016 21:45

 

District 5

67 of 96 precincts - 70 percent

Stephen Meredith, GOP 21,192 - 63 percent

Leslie Stith, Dem 12,596 - 37 percent

District 17

75 of 92 precincts - 82 percent

Damon Thayer, GOP (i) 25,915 - 65 percent

Charlie Hoffman, Dem 13,834 - 35 percent

District 19

94 of 125 precincts - 75 percent

Morgan McGarvey, Dem (i) 31,271 - 60 percent

Larry West, GOP 21,052 - 40 percent

District 21

103 of 103 precincts - 100 percent

x-Albert Robinson, GOP (i) 33,770 - 75 percent

Janice Odom, Dem 11,185 - 25 percent

District 27

111 of 111 precincts - 100 percent

x-Stephen West, GOP (i) 30,548 - 68 percent

Charles Linville, Dem 14,688 - 32 percent

District 33

74 of 93 precincts - 80 percent

Shenita Rickman, GOP 28,271 - 87 percent

Gerald Neal, Dem (i) 4,173 - 13 percent

AP Elections 11-08-2016 20:40

 

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky Democratic House Speaker Greg Stumbo defeated for re-election.

BULLETIN (AP) — Andy Barr, GOP, elected U.S. House, District 6,Kentucky.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Democratic U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth has won re-election in Kentucky's 3rd Congressional District.

 

AP Election Updates Across Kentucky:
 

 

 

President

2,216 of 3,698 precincts - 60 percent

x-Donald Trump, GOP 699,457 - 62 percent

Hillary Clinton, Dem 376,254 - 33 percent

Gary Johnson, Lib 32,138 - 3 percent

Evan McMullin, Ind 13,125 - 1 percent

Jill Stein, Grn 8,317 - 1 percent

Rocky De La Fuente, ADP 877 - 0 percent

U.S. Senate

2,216 of 3,698 precincts - 60 percent

x-Rand Paul, GOP (i) 630,933 - 56 percent

Jim Gray, Dem 487,384 - 44 percent

U.S. House District 1 Mostly West

223 of 639 precincts - 35 percent

x-James Comer, GOP 76,184 - 72 percent

Samuel Gaskins, Dem 29,204 - 28 percent

U.S. House 1-Unexpired Term 2014 - Unexpired Term

219 of 652 precincts - 34 percent

x-James Comer, GOP 70,901 - 72 percent

Samuel Gaskins, Dem 27,782 - 28 percent

U.S. House District 3 Greater Louisville

236 of 608 precincts - 39 percent

x-John Yarmuth, Dem (i) 82,291 - 68 percent

Harold Bratcher, GOP 39,114 - 32 percent

Everett Corley, Oth 0 - 0 percent

U.S. House District 4 Northern Border

377 of 544 precincts - 69 percent

x-Thomas Massie, GOP (i) 162,773 - 70 percent

Calvin Sidle, Dem 69,918 - 30 percent

U.S. House District 6 Central, Lexington

525 of 632 precincts - 83 percent

x-Andy Barr, GOP (i) 158,614 - 59 percent

Nancy Jo Kemper, Dem 110,047 - 41 percent

Supreme Court District 5

435 of 579 precincts - 75 percent

Larry VanMeter, NP 129,837 - 74 percent

Glenn Acree, NP 46,407 - 26 percent

AP Elections 11-08-2016 20:20

Kentucky - District 1

86 of 639 precincts - 13 percent -Open

Samuel Gaskins, Dem 13,485 - 27 percent

x-James Comer, GOP 35,671 - 73 percent
 

Kentucky - District 2
 

x-Brett Guthrie, GOP (i) Uncontested

Kentucky - District 3

142 of 608 precincts - 23 percent

x-John Yarmuth, Dem (i) 48,420 - 66 percent

Harold Bratcher, GOP 25,434 - 34 percent

Everett Corley, Oth 0 - 0 percent
 

Kentucky - District 4

290 of 544 precincts - 53 percent
 

Calvin Sidle, Dem 55,326 - 30 percent

x-Thomas Massie, GOP (i) 126,227 - 70 percent
 

Kentucky - District 5

x-Hal Rogers, GOP (i) Uncontested

Kentucky - District 6

492 of 632 precincts - 78 percent

Nancy Jo Kemper, Dem 103,689 - 42 percent

x-Andy Barr, GOP (i) 144,912 - 58 percent
 

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Republican Donald Trump wins Kentucky and its 8 electoral votes.
 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Republican Rand Paul re-elected to US Senate in Kentucky after unsuccessful presidential campaign.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Republican U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie has won re-election in Kentucky's 4th Congressional District.