Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
Edmonson County's results in the KY Governor's race differed a bit from the statewide results, as Governor Matt Bevin won the republican nomination in the 2019 primary. He will face the democratic winner, Andy Beshear in November. Locally, Bevin was edged out by Robert Goforth; however, Beshear won handily in the county over his opponents.
A 21% voter turnout was seen in the county during this year's primary, which is significantly less than last year's 40% voter turnout.
In the Attorney General's race statewide, Democratic Greg Stumbo (unopposed) will face Republican Daniel Cameron; however, Cameron did not win locally.
The local results for Secretary of State were the same as the statewide results with French-Henry winning the democratic nod, who will face Michael Adams (R) in the fall.
Republican incumbent Commissioner of Ag Ryan Quarles won locally as well as statewide, and he'll face democratic challenger Robert Conway, who also won locally.
For State Auditor, incumbent Mike Harmon (R) ran unopposed, and he will face democratic winner Sheri Donahue, who also won locally.
Finally, for Treasurer, Republican incumbent Allison Ball ran unopposed, and she'll face Michael Bowman, who was also the Edmonson County winner.
The complete totals for Edmonson County are listed below: