Democrats and Republicans took to the polls today to vote in the Kentucky primary election.
The Secretary of States office predicted about 30 percent voter turnout statewide. In Daviess County 20 percent was predicted and turnout was 20.4 percent.
Several races to see who heads to the November General election.
2 Republicans squared off for 8th district senator with Matt Castlen on top
In the race for Republican Jailer Aurthur Maglinger had 76 percent of the vote. 3 Republicans fought for Daviess County Comissioner East District with Jimmie Sapp leading the pack. 2 Republicans went up for the Western District with George Wathen winning. In the Republican race for Justice of the Peace in the Eastern District, Anthony Cobb won a close race. The Republican race for Daviess County Constable in the Western District was won by Kris Crawford .
Democrats went head to head for Daviess County Circuit Clerk with Jennifer Besecker winning. In the Democratic race for Daviess County Attorney Claud Porter won. 3 Democrats fought to see who would represent them for Daviess County Clerk with Richard House winning. The race for Democratic Jailer had Steve Nave winning and Daviess County Constable for the Central District had David Underhill winning. 3 Democrats went up for Daviess County Eastern District Constable with Deborah Duncan winning and the Western District had Paul Westerfield coming out on top of the other two. In the race for Daviess County District Judge 6th Judicial district 3rd division Nick Burlew came out on top.