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Who says you can't have tuna for Christmas? Not us!

Actress/Producer, Debbie Sharp, current president of Lexington's Studio Players, talks about her theater journey and her latest production "A Tuna Christmas"

Louisville, KY – Voters and those involved in getting votes counted on Election Day are calling this election a big one. And with its record numbers of registered voters, there's more scrutiny of the voting process. Kentucky Public Radio's Elizabeth Kramer reports from partner station WFPL in Louisville.

Full story and audio at WEKU news

Frankfort, KY – If you thought there would be only a couple of names on Kentucky's presidential ballot on Election Day, you would be mistaken. As Tony McVeigh reports, there are five, plus some write-in's.

Frankfort, KY – U-S Senator Mitch McConnell is vying for a fifth term in Tuesday's election, but Louisville businessman Bruce Lunsford wants to send McConnell home. Tony McVeigh assesses the campaign.

Frankfort, KY – All six of Kentucky's congressional seats are before the voters, but as Tony McVeigh reports, incumbents are running in only five of those races.

Frankfort, KY – All 100 Kentucky House seats are up for grabs in Tuesday's election, but only 29 districts have contested races. Tony McVeigh highlights some of them.

Frankfort, KY – Half of the 38 seats in the Kentucky Senate are up for grabs on Election Day, but only 11 districts have contested races. Tony McVeigh has this preview.

Louisville, KY – One of the most common rumors involves electioneering, or campaigning too close to a polling place. It's illegal to actively campaign within 300 feet of a polling place, but Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Les Fugate says it's not against the law to wear campaign attire to the polls, as long as it doesn't create a diversion.

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