Many counties in Kentucky had a voter turnout in the Nov. 6 midterm election close to the statwide turnout of 47 percent reported by the state Board of Elections.
Two counties, McLean and Metcalfe, had a more vigorous voter turnout at 58 percent.
Daviess County had a 48 percent turnout, with Warren and Barren counties slightly higher at 49 percent.
Highest voter turnout in the state was 61 percent in Woodford County.
The statewide turnout of 47 percent was slightly higher than the secretary of state’s prediction of 46 percent.
You can find county-by-county voter turnout for all the Kentucky counties here.