Kentucky and Southern Indiana Election Results
On Tuesday, November 3 voters in Kentucky and Indiana will head to the polls in an election unlike any other the country has seen due to the coronavirus pandemic. Whether you're a Democrat or Republican, your vote decides if Donald J. Trump and VP Mike Pence remain in office or if candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be the next President and Vice President of the United States. Kentuckians will also decide if US Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell keep his Senate seat or if retired Marine Amy McGrath can unseat him. In Indiana, Hoosiers will decide if Eric Holcomb wins a second term as Governor or will they punch the winning ticket for newcomer Dr. Woody Meyers. Results will be posted on WHAS11 as they come in. Download the WHAS11 news app to receive notifications on results once they are made public.
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Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).
IN GovernorPrecincts: 5,107 / 5,375 (95% reporting)
IN U.S. PresidentPrecincts: 5,107 / 5,375 (95% reporting)
KY U.S. PresidentPrecincts: 3,685 / 3,685 (100% reporting)
KY U.S. SenatePrecincts: 3,685 / 3,685 (100% reporting)
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