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By LORRIE KINKADE
The 2008 general election made history not only because of the nation’s choice for president, but also because of record-setting voter turnout in Kentucky.
Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Greyson said last week that unofficial results from Tuesday’s election indicated more than 1.8 million registered voters visited the state’s polls to cast votes in presidential and congressional races, as well as local races in many areas.
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