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It’s Election Day and if you didn’t vote early by mail or in person, today is the last day for you to cast a ballot in this year’s General Election.

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Some local Tennessee counties are reporting record-breaking numbers of early and mail-in ballots this election. 

A voting season unlike any other is coming to an end, but the timeline for results is up in the air. Follow NPR's live election coverage, including voting updates, race calls and analysis.

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The Democratic challenger taking on Republican Incumbent Congressman James Comer for  Kentucky’s 1st Congressional District said he will be “more accessible” and therefore better able to represent the people in his district. James Rhodes’ platform is founded on the idea that he’s a “common man” who will lead with “common sense.”

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  About 20 people gathered in the courtyard of the Caldwell Medical Center in Princeton for a Mitch McConnell event last week. It was raining and attendees tried their best to social distance beneath tents as McConnell talked to them about the CARES Act.

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  Kentuckians will again consider a ballot initiative to amend the state constitution in an effort known as “Marsy’s Law,” in what advocates say will institute specific rights and due process for crime victims. Yet critics of the amendment argue Marsy’s Law fails to live up to its promise for victims, and could create significant legal problems with criminal proceedings.

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Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Amy McGrath said she supports a ruling Tuesday allowing a grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case to publicly discuss the proceedings. McGrath, who’s facing Republican U.S. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the November election, also spoke about federal COVID-19 relief negotiations and access to healthcare to at least 60 people during a campaign stop in Murray.

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This report is part of a series produced by WKMS News highlighting races appearing on the 2020 general election ballot.

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This report is part of a series produced by WKMS News highlighting races appearing on the 2020 general election ballot.

Office of Congressman James Comer

 

This report is part of a series produced by WKMS News highlighting races appearing on the 2020 general election ballot. Other parts of this series published thus far include a Q&A with the 42nd Judicial Circuit Family Court Judge candidates, voter guide for state legislative races, and a report on the proposed constitutional amendment for judicial reform. 

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