Voting Up in 2020: Breaking it Down by Age, Political Party
The numbers show significantly higher turnout than usual for Northern Kentucky counties.
Statewide, 64.4% of eligible voters cast ballots, with older voters scoring a higher percentage among their age group. Voters 62 and older turned out at a rate of 74.1 percent while voters between the ages of 50 and 61 turned out at a percentage of 70.4%.
Voters aged 35-49 cast ballots at a rate of 61.4% while those between the ages of 25 and 34 voted at a rate of 50.5%.
Younger voters, 17-24, turned out at 55.8%.
In Kenton County, 82,610 voters of the 127,820 registered cast ballots for a rate of 64.6%. Democrats in the county voted at a rate of 62.6% while Republicans scored higher at 69.5%.
In 2016, the county turnout was 57.4%.
In Boone County, 65.3% of registered voters turned out to the polls. 61.5 percent of the county's Democrats voted while Republicans cast ballots at a rate of 69.9%.
In 2016, the county turnout was 59.2%.
In Campbell County, 67.3% of eligible voters cast ballots. Democrats cast ballots at a rate of 65.8% while Republicans voted at a rate of 71.8%.
In 2016, Campbell Co.'s turnout was 60.2%.
“Following our work to expand voter access, in 2020 we saw the highest number of voters ever in a Kentucky election – more than 2 million," Adams said in a news release.
The data is also broken down by precinct.