election fraud

The presidential commission investigating alleged election fraud has released 112 pages of unredacted emails of public comment, raising further privacy concerns amid a legal challenge to the panel's request for sensitive voter data.

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The Attorney General's Office says it had received 43 calls from eight counties by 2:30 p.m. today.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is reminding Kentuckians to help combat voter fraud during next Tuesday’s Primary Election by using the Election Fraud hotline.  

Anyone witnessing election irregularities or possible election law violations can call the hotline at “800-328-8683 (VOTE)".  

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The Kentucky Attorney General’s office received a total of two hundred and twenty-six calls on their Election Fraud Hotline for the 2014 general election.  Only twelve of those calls, or a little over five percent, were from western counties.  According to the AG’s report, nine came from McCracken and one each came from Christian, Graves, and Todd counties. 

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Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway says the Election Fraud Hotline received 183 calls from nearly 60 counties on Election Day. Conway says most of the calls were questions concerning procedural issues and voting machines.