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Kentucky Just Gutted 95% Of Its Polling Stations Ahead Of Tuesday’s Primary: Report



According to new reports, Kentucky has reduced the number of polling stations from 3,700 to less than 200 ahead of the state’s primary elections on Tuesday.

According to Democracy Now, voting rights advocates are sounding the alarm on the suspicious move.

The move comes as Democrats get set to pick a candidate to face Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November.

The race that will be watched closely is between progressive candidate Kentucky state Representative Charles Booker and former Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath, both of who are looking to unseat McConnell this November.

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