CORBIN — By Becky Killian / Managing Editor
Republicans outpaced Democrats in four of six state races in Knox County during Tuesday's general election, according to Knox County Clerk Mike Corey.
According to unofficial results, the governor's and secretary of state races saw victories by democrats, Corey said. Republicans got more votes in the attorney general, auditor, state treasurer and agriculture commissioner races.
Corey said the unofficial voter turnout in Knox County was just over 22 percent, which was slightly higher than he expected.
The tallies from Knox County were as follows:
David L. Williams/Richie Farmer (R) 2,048
Steven L. Beshear/Jerry E. Abramson (D) 2,368
Gatewood Galbraith/Dea Riley 324 (I)
Secretary of State
Bill Johnson (R) 2,116
Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) 2,401
Todd P'Pool (R) 2,405
Jack Conway (D) 2,108
Auditor of Public Accounts
John T. Kemper III (R) 2,384
Adam H. Edelen (D) 1,875
K.C. Crosbie 2,601 (R)
L.J. "Todd" Hollenbach (D) 1,498
Kenneth C. Moellman Jr. (L) 231
Commissioner of Agriculture
James R. Comer (R) 3,353
Robert "Bob" Farmer (D) 1,226