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WKMS News: 2020 General Election Results

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This story was last updated at 12:04 a.m. on Nov. 4. 

Here are regional results of the 2020 General Election in the western Kentucky WKMS listening area. Unoffical results from the Tennessee Secretary of State's Office, and a link to the Illinois State Board of Elections are included. We will be updating this list throughout election night. Hear NPR Election Coverage live Tuesday night on WKMS.

*Winners marked in bold.

Unofficial Results

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From The Kentucky State Board Of Elections:

Kentucky State House of Representatives

District 1: Steven Rudy (R) *unopposed

District 2: Richard Heath (R) 15,368
               Joshua Gilpin (L) 3,071
               Total votes: 18,439

District 3: Randy Bridges (R) 11,084
                 Corbin Snardon (D) 7,149
                 Total votes: 18,223

District 4: Lynn Bechler (R) 14,692
                 Alonzo Pennington (D) 4,561
                 Austin Valentine, Jr. (I) 978
                 Total votes: 20,231 

District 5: Mary Beth Imes (R) 14,845
                 Shannon Davis-Roberts 6,719
                 Total votes: 21,564

District 6: Chris Freeland (R) 16,493
                  Al Cunningham (D) 6,446
                  Total votes: 22,939

District 7: Suzanne Miles (R) *unopposed

District 8: Walker Thomas Wood (R) 7,292
                 Pam Dossett (D) 6,012
                 Total votes: 13,304

District 9: Myron Dossett (R) *unopposed

District 11: Jonathon Dixon (R) 10,760
                   Robert 'Rob' Wiederstein (D) 9,115
                   Total votes: 19,875

District 12: Jim Gooch Jr. 16,868
                 Arthur "Art" McLaughlin 5,157
                 Total votes: 22,025

Kentucky Senate:
District 1: Jason Howell (R) *unopposed

District 3: Whitney Westerfield (R) 29,602
               Amanda Billings (L) 8,133
               Total votes: 37,735

Court of Appeals Judge: Chris McNeill 93,966
               Jenny Hines 79,120
               Total votes: 173,086

Family Court, 42nd Circuit: Stephanie Perlow 19,241
               Ryan R. Yates 9,230
               Total votes: 28,471

U.S. House of Representative, Kentucky 1st District: 
                James R. Comer (R) 245,436
                James Rhodes (D) 81,299
                Total votes: 326,735

U.S. Senate: Mitch McConnell (R) 1,222,746
                Amy McGrath (D) 793,729
                Brad Barron (L) 83,826
                Total votes: 2,100,301 
 

Paducah Mayor: George Bray 6,250
                           Richard Abraham 3,761
                           Dujuan Thomas 246

Constitutional Amendment 1 (Marsy's Law): 
                  In favor - 1,135,511
                  
Opposed - 659,417
                  Total vote: 1,794,928

Constitutional Amendment 2 (Judicial/Commonwealth's Attorney terms): 
                  Opposed - 1,257,087
       
          In favor - 565,780
                  Total vote: 1,822,867

Murray City Council: Danny O. Hudspeth, Jeremy Bell, Linda Cherry, Dan M. Miller, Rose Ross Elder, Monty McCuiston, Wesley S. Bolin, Partricia Seiber, Alice Rouse, Johnny Bohannon, John Mark Roberts and Burton Young.
*Murray City Council consists of 12 seats. 

From The Tennessee's Secretary of State:

Results From The Illinois State Board of Elections

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