The November Election is over, but for several counties in Kentucky there is still work to be done. Attorney General Jack Conway says his office is working to audit six counties, none of which are in western Kentucky.
He says the election went smoothly, but this is a constitutional requirement.
The Attorney General maintains an election fraud hotline and he says they mostly receive the same concerns from every area in the state.
Attorney General Jack Conway says his office will be starting the audits in the coming weeks and the results will be publicly released after all six audits are finished.
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