Kentucky – County Clerks in several parts of Kentucky are reporting steady voting activity. Despite rainy conditions, voters waited in line to cast their ballots.
Election officials in Hardin County say voting was heavy enough in the first few hours to top the total in May's Primary.
Lighter turnout is reported in Pulaski County.
Several precincts have described voter turn out in Warren County as steady or above average.
Statewide, Secretary of State John Y. Brown III has been predicting a turnout of at least 40-percent.