Knott voters ‘uncommitted’ in Dem presidential primary

Knott County Democrats appear “uncommitted” in Tuesday’s primary election.

According to unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary, Knott County’s Democratic voters cast 153 “uncommitted” votes in the Democratic Presidential Primary, topping the total cast for former Vice President Joe Biden, who garnered 140 votes. Bernie Sanders, who ended his campaign earlier this year, received 47 votes.

In the race for Supreme Court Justice in the 7th Supreme Court District, Letcher County’s Sam Wright received more than 52 percent of the vote, garnering 385 votes. His opponents, 20th Circuit Court Judge Robert Conley and State Rep. Chris Harris, received 188 votes and 154 votes, respectively.

See below for more unofficial results from Knott County.

Knott County
Unofficial

President
Republican
Donald J. Trump 245
“Uncommitted” 6

Democrat
Joe Biden 140
Bernie Sanders 47
Uncommitted 153

U.S. Representative, 5th Congressional District
Republican
Harold “Hal” Rogers 229
Gerardo Serrano 16

U.S. Senator
Republican
Mitch McConnell 233
Other 14

Democrat
Charles Booker 131
Amy McGrath 163

State Senator, 29th Senatorial District
Democrat
Johnnie L. Turner 185
Matthew Wynn 49

Supreme Court Justice, 7th Supreme Court District
Nonpartisan
Sam Wright 385
Robert B. Conley 188
Chris Harris 154

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