Frankfort (AP) - Republican State Representative Stan Lee will face Democrat Jack Conway this fall in the race for state attorney general.
With 96 percent of precincts reporting, Conway has 199,620, or 72 percent of the vote, to Assistant Attorney General Robert Bullock's 78,080, or 28 percent.
Lee, a conservative legislator from Lexington, received 64,916 votes, or 42 percent with 96 percent of precincts reporting. State prosecutor Tim Coleman had 47,926 votes, or 31 percent; Louisville lawyer Philip Kimball had 20,734 votes, or 14 percent, and Lexington attorney Jon Larson had 20,335 votes, or 13 percent.
Attorney General Greg Stumbo's decision to opt out of a second term as the state's top law official and enter the Kentucky governor's race created a wide-open primary.
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