Light turnout expected in Kentucky's 2011 primary

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - It's Election Day in Kentucky, but turnout for this year's primary is expected to be light.

Statewide, voter turnout is expected to be about 10 percent, with the turnout at Jefferson County estimated at about 20 percent.

The biggest race is for governor, with three different Republican candidates running - David Williams, Barbara "Bobbie" Holsclaw, and businessman Phil Moffett.

On the Democratic ticket, Gov. Steve Beshear is running unopposed.

Kentucky voters will also be choosing candidate for Attorney General, State Treasurer, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public Accounts and Commissioner of Agriculture.

Be sure to bring a drivers license or photo ID with you when casting your vote.

We'll have the latest election results as soon as they become available.

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