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Kentucky State Board of Elections
2000 Kentucky Democratic Presidential Primary Results
May 23, 2000
Al Gore 71.8%
Bill Bradley 14.8%
uncommitted 11.1%
Lyndon LaRouche 2.3%

2000 Kentucky Republican Presidential Primary Results
May 23, 2000
George W. Bush 82.2%
John McCain 6.3%
Alan Keyes 5.6%
Gary Bauer 2.6%
uncommitted 1.9%
Steve Forbes 1.3%

2000 Kentucky Congressional Primary Results
May 23, 2000
1st Congressional District
ex-U.S. Marshall Brian S. Roy (D) Edward "Ed" Whitfield (R) 83.8%, '99 governor candidate David Lynn Williams (R) 16.2%,
2nd Congressional District
Brian Pedigo (D) Ron Lewis (R)
3rd Congressional District
St. Rep. Eleanor Jordan (D) 69.3%, Burrel Charles Farnsley (D) 14.7%, novelist / social worker Ray Abbott (D) 16.0%, Anne Meagher Northup (R)
4th Congressional District
Ken R. Lucas (D) GOP activist / ex- secret service agent / '95 St. Auditor nominee Don Bell (R) 57.2%, economist Roger Thoney (R) 23.8%, ex-congressional aide Scott Tooley (R) 19.0%,
5th Congressional District
'98 nominee Sydney Jane Bailey (D) 66.2%, Michael Vincent Vacca Jr. (D) 33.8%, Harold "Hal" Rogers (R)
6th Congressional District
ex-U.S. Rep. Scotty Baesler (D) 76.1%, businessman Will L. McGinnis III (D) 23.9%, Ernest "Ernie" Fletcher (R) '99 gubernatorial nominee Gatewood Galbraith (Rfm),

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) =
Democratic Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party

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