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Need-to-know: Kentucky Primary

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Voters begin to trickle into Calvary Baptist Church in Latonia early Tuesday. (FOX19 NOW/Jordan Vilines) Voters begin to trickle into Calvary Baptist Church in Latonia early Tuesday. (FOX19 NOW/Jordan Vilines)

Kentucky Democrats will decide between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in Tuesday’s primary election.

Members of both parties will vote for U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, state House and state Senate.

Registered Republicans will not vote for president. Donald Trump already won Kentucky’s caucus election in March.

Voter guide:

Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday and close at 6 p.m. 

[Bookmark this: View Kentucky Primary results ]

Voters must have identification to vote.

To find out where to vote and whether you’re registered, visit the Kentucky Board of Elections site.

What's on the ballot:

Republican Senate Primary

Rand Paul (Incumbent)

Stephen Slaughter         

James Gould

Democrat Senate Primary

Jim Gray              

Grant Short      

Ron Leach         

Tom Recktenwald          

Jeff Kender      

Sellus Wilder    

Rory Houlihan

Related: Democrats facing tough odds in Kentucky Senate race

State Senate – District 11 Republican

John Schickel (Incumbent)          

Josh Turner

State Representative - 69th District Republican

Adam Koenig (Incumbent)         

Danny Seifried

Related: Grimes predicts 20 percent turnout for KY primaries

State Representative - 70th District Republican

John VanMeter

 Robert Boone  

 James Johnson

State Representative - 64th District Republican

Sean Fitzgerald

Kimberly Moser

State Representative - 64th District Democrat

Lucas Deaton

Larry Varney

U.S. Representative - 6th District Republican

Andy Barr (Incumbent)

Roger Brill

U.S. Representative - 6th District Democrat

Geoffrey Young

Nancy Jo Kemper           

Michael Coblenz

Related: Candidates in Kentucky's contested congressional primaries

Covington Mayor

Matthew Winkler

Sherry Carran (Incumbent)        

Alfonse Mele II

Joseph Meyer

Covington City Commission

Tim Downing     

Clayton Shull

Christi Blair

Jordan Huizenga

Bill Wells

Robert Horine

Stuart Warren  

Michelle Williams

Brandon Mims

John Flesch

Newport City Commission

Thomas Guidugli             

Matthew Cline 

Frank Peluso     

Nichole Hayden               

Bob McCray

Rachel Comte   

Beth Fennell

Ken Rechtin

John Hayden

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