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Voters in Kentucky break primary record despite reduced polling places


Louisville, KY Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey speaks with MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez about the crowds of would-be voters turned away after the state closed 95% of polling locations ahead of Tuesday’s primary election. In Louisville, the home of the majority of the state’s Black population, that left just one polling location for more than 600,000 people to vote. But despite the poll closings, voters turned out in record numbers.