No excitement on yesterday’s election fraud hotline.
“I appreciate all of the voters who served as our eyes and ears on the ground yesterday to report any voting irregularities,” General Conway said. “Be assured, each complaint will be thoroughly reviewed and the appropriate enforcement action will be taken for any that appear to be criminal in nature.”
22 calls were received yesterday, generating 25 complaints from 16 counties.
Here’s the summary:
- Bath: 1 call- Voting Machine
- Bourbon: 1 call–Procedural Question
- Boyle: 1 call-Voting Machine
- Fayette: 2 calls-Procedural Question, Voter Identification
- Greenup: 1 call generating two complaints-Election Official, Voting Machine
- Hopkins: 1 call-Electioneering within 300’ of polls
- Jefferson: 5 calls- Procedural Question, Special or Absentee Ballot, General Election Fraud-2 calls, Voting Machine
- Kenton: 1 call-Election Official
- Madison: 1 call generating two different complaints-Election Official, Electioneering within 300’ of Polls
- Magoffin: 2 calls generating three different complaints-General Election Fraud, Request for Assistance-Monitoring, Residency
- Marshall: 1 call-Election Official
- Mason: 1 call- Procedural Question
- McCracken: 1 call –Electioneering within 300’ of Polls
- Nicholas: 1 call-Residency
- Pike: 1 call, Election Official
- Whitley: 1 call –Special or Absentee Ballot
No allegations of vote-buyin?! We’re shocked. For real.
Note that during the November 2007 general election, 38 calls were received from 14 counties.