Updated 2:49 p.m.
Democrat Kim Humphrey has conceded to Republican Suzanne Miles after results from a recanvass from Tuesday’s special election showed no change in the previous tallies.
Miles won the race by more 100 votes for the 7th District state House seat.
Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo doesn't think this week's Republican victory in a special election is a sign of waning Democratic power in the chamber.
Republican Suzanne Miles bested Democratic challenger Kim Humphrey by about a hundred votes in a special election to fill a vacancy in West Kentucky’s 7th District.
The two women vying for a vacant seat in the Kentucky House both agree jobs are the foremost issue facing the 7th District that includes Union and portions of Henderson and Daviess counties. How to create them is one way they differ from each other.
The two candidates looking to fill former state representative John Arnold’s 7th district legislative seat have a week before voters decide who heads to Frankfort.