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The Kentucky Attorney General’s office says it will have vote-fraud investigators on the  ground across the state on election day, making unannounced visits to polling places.

Spokesperson Allison Martin says the election fraud hotline will also be in operation Tuesday.

“We actually had this up an running in the primary, where we processed about 60 calls in election day. We had no allegations of vote-buying; most of those calls were of an informational nature, and none of those complaints was referred out for or resulted in prosecution,” Martin said.

Martin expects the general election to generate more calls, since a record number of Kentucky voters could go to the polls.

The election fraud hotline is 1-800-328-VOTE.


Rick Howlett is host of WFPL's weekly talk show, "In Conversation."