Dozens of Kentuckians have utilized the Attorney General’s Election Fraud hotline.
Attorney General Jack Conway says his Election Fraud Hotline received 31 calls, which generated 32 complaints or inquiries from 14 counties between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. during Tuesday’s Primary Election.
According to the Office of the Attorney General, two of the complaints concerned allegations of vote buying or selling, 12 calls involved procedural questions and five calls concerned reports of electioneering within 300 feet of polls.
Attorney General Conway says the hotline is an important tool and that he appreciated all of the voters who used it to report voting irregularities.
Conway says his office will thoroughly review each complaint and if any action seems to be criminal in nature, the appropriate enforcement will be taken.