Kentucky U.S. House election, 2006

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This article discusses 2006 elections to the U.S. House of Representatives from the state of Kentucky.

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KY-01

         Ed Whitfield (R)  123,676  60%
         Tom Barlow   (D)   82,948  40%

KY-02

         Ron Lewis   (R)  117,424  55%
         Mike Weaver (D)   94,191  45%

KY-03

         John Yarmuth   (D)  122,425  51%
         Anne Northup   (R)  116,535  48%
         Other 	               2,905   1%

KY-04

         Geoff Davis     (R)  103,710  52%
         Ken Lucas       (D)   87,701  44%
         Brian Houillion (L)    9,801   5%
  • Outlook: Lucas held this seat from 1999-2004, but he retired and did not seek reelection in Nov. 2004. Davis lost against Lucas in 2002, but won the open seat in the following cycle. Lucas will be a very strong challenger in this northern Kentucky district.
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KY-05

         Hal Rogers    (R)  147,426  74%
         Kenneth Stepp (D)   52,399  26%

KY-06

         Ben Chandler (D)  156,738  85%
         Paul Ard     (L)   26,656  15%

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