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These three volumes of Kentucky election statistics at last make this basic tool of political research easily accessible to scholars, journalists, teachers, political candidates and others interested in primary and general election returns. In Kentucky, as in many other states, these figures have been available only in the Secretary of State’s office, and there has been no compilation of percentages and pluralities necessary for comparative purposes.
The source of all the statistics in these volumes is the official records in the office of the Secretary of State in Frankfort, Kentucky. All returns are listed by county.
Volume 1 includes presidential elections from 1952 through 1960 and primaries and elections for the U.S. Senate from 1920 through 1960.
Malcolm E. Jewell is in the department of political science at the University of Kentucky.
The University Press of Kentucky
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Kentucky, Kentucky elections
Jewell, Malcolm E., "Kentucky Votes: Volume 1: Presidential Elections, 1952–1960; U.S. Senate Primary and General Elections, 1920–1960" (1963). American Politics. 15.