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Adair County results in the 2020 Kentucky Primary Election

Of the 13,648 registered voters in Adair County, 3,655 voted in the 2020 Primary Election. Mail-in ballots accounted for 1,680 votes, with 1,975 voters choosing the in-person option. Voters selected among Democratic and Replican challengers for President of the United States and U.S. Senator.

Trump, Biden, and McConnell each easily carried their races in Adair County, while Charlie Booker delivered a stronger challenge to winner Amy McGrath in the Democratic Senate race in Adair County. Vote totals are below for each of the races.


For each race, candidate name is followed by vote total and then percentage.

President of the United States - REPUBLICAN
  • Donald J. TRUMP, 2563, 93.71%
  • UNCOMMITTED, 172, 6.29%

US Senator - REPUBLICAN
  • Nicholas ALSAGER, 30, 1.14%
  • Paul John FRANGEDAKIS, 37, 1.41%
  • Louis GRIDER, 61, 2.32%
  • Naren JAMES, 36, 1.37%
  • Kenneth LOWNDES, 22, 0.84%
  • Mitch McCONNELL, 2261, 85.97%
  • C. Wesley MORGAN, 183, 6.96%

President of the United States - DEMOCRATIC
  • Pete BUTTIGIEG, 7, 0.81%
  • Joseph R. BIDEN, 604, 69.91%
  • Tom STEYER, 8, 0.93%
  • Tulsi GABBARD, 13, 1.50%
  • Michael BENNET, 7, 0.81%
  • Amy KLOBUCHAR, 12, 1.39%
  • Bernie SANDERS, 83, 9.61%
  • Deval PATRICK, 1, 0.12%
  • Andrew YANG, 13, 1.50%
  • Elizabeth WARREN, 23, 2.66%
  • UNCOMMITTED, 93, 10.76%

US Senator - DEMOCRATIC
  • Jimmy C. AUSBROOKS, 9, 1.02%
  • Charles BOOKER, 263, 29.85%
  • Mike BROIHIER, 51, 5.79%
  • Maggie Jo HILLIARD, 8, 0.91%
  • Andrew J. MAYNARD, 6, 0.68%
  • Amy McGRATH, 497, 56.41%
  • Eric ROTHMULLER, 3, 0.34%
  • John R. SHARPENSTEEN, 6, 0.68%
  • Bennie J. SMITH, 12, 1.36%
  • Mary Ann TOBIN, 26, 2.95%



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Board of Elections certifies Primary



2020-07-01 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Adair County Clerk Lisa Greer, standing, and Board of Elections members met in the records room of the Courthouse Annex Tuesday, June 30, 2020 to certify the Primary Election results. With her are, from left, Sheila Blair, Ricky Collins and Vicky Pike. Sheriff Josh Brockman was with them for the certification but had to leave before the photo. After the official procedures, sighs of relief could be heard - no vacations they said, since there is much to catch up on from days when the election and voting was spread out over the whole month of June because of the pandemic. All hope that health can prevail and the November General Election can proceed as normal.

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