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Update: Turnout numbers:
Rain slicked some polling places and Kentucky Secretary of State spokesman Les Fugate said turnout my midday appeared to be low. It was expected to total around 30 percent statewide by the end of the day, he said.
That would compare to between 25 and 30 percent in the 2008 presidential primary and about 21 percent in 2007 with a gubernatorial primary on the ballot. Turnout in 2002, which had a similar assortment of races on the ballot, was just above 31 percent.
You know what would help Kentucky turnout? Poll closing times that actually gave working people time to get to the polls. 6 p.m. is ridiculous.
Also, I forgot that the Central Time part of the state doesn't close until 6 p.m. central.
Update II: Bob Shrum on TV now agrees that Halter and Sestak would be stronger general election candidates for the Dems. No shit, Sherlock, but welcome to the club. Apparently, at least one person in the clubby establishment has started reading the polls.