Kentuckt Braces as Voting Begins

As Kentuckians line up to vote today, many are predicting long lines — or worse: The number of polling places has been slashed so much that there’s just one for the entire city of Louisville, leaving many concerned about voter suppression. State Rep. Charles Booker, who’s seen a late bump to his campaign, is going up against Democratic Party choice Amy McGrath to see who challenges Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November. Meanwhile, some are warning there could be long delays in getting results from November’s presidential election, which could increase instability in an already teetering nation.

SOURCES:  AP  /  POLITICO   /  WASHINGTON POST
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