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Primary Election – Tuesday, May 21, 2019

As of 7:14 p.m., the Office of the Attorney General has fielded 41 calls. Additionally, there were 9 calls received for the 2019 Primary Election cycle prior to polls opening on May 21. Complaints are listed below by county.

County​Pre-Election Day ComplaintsElection Day Complaints
Adair
Allen
Anderson
Ballard
Barren
Bath
Bell
Boone1Procedural Question​
Bourbon1​Legal Question
Boyd1
1
General Election Fraud/Other
Residency
Boyle
Bracken
Breathitt1​​Electioneering
Breckinridge
Bullitt
Butler
Caldwell
Calloway
Campbell
Carlisle
Carroll
Carter
Casey
Christian
Clark
Clay1 Legal Question
Clinton
Crittenden
Cumberland
Daviess
Edmonson
Elliott
Estill
Fayette2Procedural Question
Fleming
Floyd1Disrupting Polls
Franklin1Election Official
Fulton
Gallatin
Garrard
Grant
Graves
Grayson
Green
Greenup
Hancock
Hardin
Harlan
Harrison1​Procedural Question
Hart
Henderson
1
​Election Official
Henry
Hickman
Hopkins
Jackson
Jefferson1Residency3
1
1
Election Official
Procedural Question
Voter Identification
Jessamine1​Procedural Question
Johnson
Kenton1 Legal Question 1​Election Official
Knott
Knox
Larue1​Procedural Question
Laurel
1​​Procedural Question
Lawrence
Lee
Leslie
Letcher
Lewis
Lincoln
Livingston
Logan
Lyon​1​Election Official
Madison1
1
Legal Question
Procedural Question
Magoffin
Marion
Marshall
Martin
Mason
McCracken
McCreary
McLean
Meade
Menifee
Mercer
Metcalfe
Monroe
Montgomery
Morgan
Muhlenberg
Nelson
Nicholas
Ohio
Oldham2
​Legal Question
Owen
Owsley
Pendleton
Perry1Legal Question
Pike1 Legal Question 1Electioneering
Powell1 ​Procedural Question
Pulaski1
Procedural Question
Robertson1​​Legal Question
Rockcastle
Rowan
Russell1Procedural Question
Scott5
1
Electioneering
Procedural Question
Shelby1
1
Procedural Question
Voter Identification
Simpson
Spencer
Taylor
Todd
Trigg
Trimble
Union
Warren1
1
Election Official
Procedural Question
Washington
Wayne
Webster
Whitley
Wolfe
Woodford
​Statewide1 General Election Fraud/Other
​Unknown1 Legal Question 1
1
Procedural Question
Voter Identification

​Election Law Violations Hotline

Kentuckians who witness election irregularities or possible election law violations are encouraged to call 800-328-VOTE (800-328-8683).

The hotline is open during regular business hours and from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on Election Day.
 

Enforcement of Election Laws

KRS 15.243 gives the Attorney General jurisdiction to investigate and enforce election law violations by civil and criminal means. Reports made to the Election Law Violation Hotline are listed in the table on this page and will be updated throughout the day of the election.

In addition to the hotline, investigators from the Attorney General’s office may patrol precincts and polling places across the Commonwealth on Election Day in order to respond immediately to complaints. Attorney General Andy Beshear is committed to enforcing clean and fair elections and holding those who violate the law accountable.

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