Democrats retain control of Kentucky House
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Democrats held onto control of the Kentucky House of Representatives on Tuesday, winning at least two of the four seats up for grabs in special elections.
Republicans were able to hold onto their 54th District seat, preventing a Democratic sweep of the four races.
Former circuit Judge Lew Nicholls claimed victory in the state's 98th District just after 7 p.m. when Republican Tony Quillan conceded the race, Nicholls campaign manager Elizabeth Cantrell said.
In the 62nd District, in the Bluegrass region, Chuck Tackett beat lawn care company owner Phillip Pratt, wresting away... read more
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