Kentuckians vote for change with Bevin

Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Ky. on Tuesday,  November 3, 2015. Photo by Josh Mott | Staff.

Republicans, adorned in suits and dresses, sipped their drinks and rang their Bevin bells. The crowd’s cheers roared louder and louder through the Louisville river front’s historic Galt House Hotel for Republican Governor-elect Matt Bevin as the precinct numbers rolled in.

Fun prevails despite loss at Curtis’ election night party

Independent candidate Drew Curtis talked on a podcast and hung out with his supporters in Lexington on election night.

Independent gubernatorial candidate Drew Curtis donned a purple blazer and green sneakers, laughing and drinking beers with supporters as his draw hovered around 4 percent of the vote on election night.

Kentucky Election 2015: the final results


    93% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING Governor- CALLED Matt Bevin (GOP): 511,771 votes, 53% Jack Conway (D): 426,964 votes, 44% Drew Curtis (I): 35,629 votes, 4%   Secretary of State- CALLED Alison Grimes (D): 493,600 votes, 51% percent Stephen Knipper (GOP): 471,329 votes, 49% canadian pharmacy percent generic cialis   Agriculture Commissioner- CALLED Ryan Quarles […]

Voting open near campus till 6 p.m.


STAFF REPORT Voting precincts will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday. Kentucky law requires voters to produce a valid ID or be recognizable to a precinct officer. Valid IDs include driver’s licences, state ID cards, social security cards, birth certificates and passports. The ballot will include options for governor, attorney general, […]