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President Trump projected winner in KY, IN; Louisville local race results

Polls across Kentucky and Indiana have closed and election results are coming in.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — This story will provide live updates throughout the evening on major races in Kentucky and Indiana, the presidential race and significant election developments.The most recent updates will appear at the top.

The race for the White House all comes down to 270 Electoral College votes. Kentucky has 8 and Indiana has 11. Both states are projected to go to Trump, according to Associated Press.

Live election results for Kentucky and Indiana 

5:20 a.m. More Indiana House race winners called by AP

IN House District 70 - Karen Engleman (R)

IN House District 72 - Edward Clere (R)

12:00 a.m. More Kentucky House race winners called:

KY House District 26 - Russell Webber (R)

KY House District 32 - Tina Bojanowski (D)

Louisville Metro Council race winners called:

District 2 - Barbara Shanklin (D)

District 6 - David James (D)

District 14 - Cindi Fowler (D)

District 16 - Scott Reed (R)

District 18 - Marilyn Parker (R)

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JCPS School Board winners:

District 2 - Chris Kolb

District 7 - Sarah McIntosh

RELATED: Voters decide Jefferson County School Board seats up for grabs

More results from Jefferson County Clerk 

AP calls Indiana US House District 9 for Trey Hollingsworth (R)

AP calls IN House District 65 for Chris May (R)

AP calls IN Senate District 44 for Eric Koch (R)

10:45 p.m Associated Press calls Indiana Attorney General race for Todd Rokita (R)

Associated Press calls IN House District 66 for Zach Payne (R) 

Associated Press calls IN House District 71 for Rita Fleming (D) 

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10:40 p.m. More Kentucky House race winners called:

KY House District 47 - Felicia Rabourn (R) 

KY House District 49 - Thomas Huff (R)

10:00 p.m. According to APKentucky Constitutional Amendment #1, Marsy's Law, passes  

Kentucky Constitutional Amendment #2, Judicial Term Extensions, fails

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9:30 p.m. Associated Press calls Indiana US House District 6 for Greg Pence (R)

9:20 p.m. Associated Press calls Kentucky US House District 6 for Andy Barr (R)

Several more Kentucky House race winners called: 

KY House District 50 - Chad McCoy (R)

KY House District 51 - John Carney (R)

KY House District 53 - James Tipton (R)

8: 55 p.m. Associated Press calls Indiana for President Donald Trump (R). Indiana's 11 Electoral College votes go to Trump.

8:45 p.m. Associated Press calls Kentucky US House District 3 for John Yarmuth (D)

Associated Press calls Indiana US House District 8 for Larry Bucshon (R)

8:40 p.m. Several Kentucky House race winners called:

KY House District 24 - Brandon Reed (R)

KY House District 29 - Kevin Bratcher (R)

KY House District 36 - Jerry Miller (R)

KY House District 46 - Al Gentry (D)

KY House District 58 - Jennifer Decker (R)

8:05 p.m. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) wins reelection in Kentucky, defeating challenger Amy McGrath (D), according to Associated Press.

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7: 40 p.m. Associated Press calls Kentucky US House District 4 race for Thomas Massie (R)

7:30 p.m. Associated Press calls Kentucky US House District 2 race for Brett Guthrie (R)

7 p.m. Associated Press calls Kentucky for President Donald Trump (R). Kentucky's 8 Electoral College votes go to Trump.

Associated Press calls Indiana Governor's race for incumbent Eric Holcomb (R)

Associated Press calls Kentucky US House District 1 for James Comer (R)

Kentucky and Indiana polls in Central Time Zone close.

6: 35 p.m. Associated Press calls Kentucky US House District 5 race for Harold Rogers (R) 

6:30 p.m. Early election results in Kentucky and Indiana have started coming in.

6 p.m. Polls are beginning to close in the Eastern Time Zone, including parts of Kentucky and Indiana. Those in line by 6 p.m. are still able to cast their votes in person.

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