Record number registered to vote in Kentucky for General Election

Increase of nearly 35,000 voters since primary

Over three million people are registered to vote in Kentucky in the November 6th elections. 

The final report of registered voters shows 3,402,925, a net increase of nearly 35,000 voters since the May 22 primary. 

Secretary of State Allison Lundergan Grimes announced the numbers yesterday. 

Grimes says nearly 50-percent of registered voters are Democrats, while almost 42-percent are Republicans. 

The Republican Party and other affiliations gained voters in all the districts, while the Democratic Party gained voters in the 3rd, 4th, and 6th Districts.

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