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Sample Ballots for the 2020 General Election

By Pen

Sample ballots are now available for the Fall 2020 Kentucky General Election.

In addition to President/Vice President, US Senator, and two proposed constitutional amendments, Adair County voters will be choosing between James R. Comer (R) and James Rhodes (D) for US Representative for the 1st Congressional District, and between John "Bam Carney (R) and Richard Steele (D) for State Representative of the 51st District.

Local races include three candidates for School Board, Dana King (3rd), David Karnes (4th), and Troy Grider (5th), and a choice of six of the seven candidates for Columbia City Council: Mark D. Harris, Ben Burris, Ronald "Butch" Rogers, Robert W. Flowers, Linda Waggener, Craig Dean, and Sharon Payne.

Click Below to view sample ballots for all local counties:




This story was posted on 2020-09-24 10:45:28
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