11/06/2012 05:16 pm ET

Kentucky Election Results 2012 MAP: Presidential And House Winners (REAL-TIME DATA)

Below you can find the Kentucky election results for the 2012 presidential election and the state's House races.

Kentucky and its eight electoral votes have been expected to go to GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney for some time, despite little polling leading up to Election Day. With the exception of showing support for southern governors, the state has consistently voted Republican since the 1950s, according to 270towin.com.

In 2008, the Bluegrass State followed that pattern, casting the majority of its ballots firmly for John McCain.

As far as the House is concerned, there's one race worth watching in Kentucky, the 6th District. The incumbent, "Blue Dog" Democrat Ben Chandler there faced Republican opponent Andy Barr in a repeat of their 2010 contest, which Chandler won by just 700 votes.

Election Day 2012
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