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Live updates: The votes are in, see how Kentucky voted this year

Posted at 4:26 PM, Nov 03, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-04 07:06:54-05

(LEX 18) — The 2020 election is underway in Kentucky!

Throughout the evening, LEX 18 will be updating this live blog with the latest election information throughout Kentucky, including the 2020 presidential election, Kentucky's Senate race, and other local elections.

The polls are now closed. LEX 18 News and NBC News will be providing their election coverage throughout the night on TV. LEX 18 News will also be streaming throughout the night on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Android TV.

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3:10 a.m. -- Joe Biden has 238 Electoral College votes; Donald Trump has 213, based on Associated Press projections.

10:06 p.m. -- Democrat Amy McGrath, Senator McConnell's challenger, issued the following concession on Twitter:

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9:13 p.m. -- Amendment to expand judicial terms in Kentucky fails, LEX 18 projects

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8:13 p.m. -- Congressman Andy Barr wins 6th District race, LEX 18 projects

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8:07 p.m. -- Marsy's Law, which will create constitutional rights for crime victims, passes in Kentucky, LEX 18 projects

7:57 p.m. -- Rep. Thomas Massie earns 5th term in Kentucky, AP projects

7:46 p.m. -- Sen. Mitch McConnell to win seventh Senate term, LEX 18 projects

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7:08 p.m. -- President Trump to win Kentucky, AP projects

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5:10 p.m. -- Anderson County Clerk Jason Denny says the last time there was a record-breaking voter outcome in the county was in 2008, when Barack Obama and John McCain ran in the presidential election. The outcome in Anderson county was 68%. As of 5:00 p.m., Anderson County is at a 70% voter turnout.

4:38 p.m. -- The State Board of Elections says 1,024,954 in-person votes were cast prior to Election Day. 590,282 of 653,620 absentee ballots were returned as of Monday.

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