Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton handily beat her challenger, Barack Obama, in Harrison County's primary ballots Tuesday.
Clinton secured 2,613 votes (72.4 percent) to Obamas 761 (21.1 percent). Statewide, Clinton also secured the victory. She garnered 459,093 (65.5 percent) to 209,869 (30 percent) won by Obama.
On the Republican side, the presumptive nominee John McCain won Harrison County with 368 votes.
Interestingly enough, the normal second place candidate, Mike Huckabee, finished third in Harrison. Ron Paul received second place with local GOP voters, earning 52 votes.
In other races Tuesday, Republican incumbent Sen. Mitch McConnell retained his party's support both locally and statewide. He will face Democrat Bruce Lunsford in the November general election.
Votes for the Cynthiana City Commission were not counted because two candidates, James Martin and Bill Doan withdrew, making the number of candidates less than the minimum needed for a primary vote.
The remaining candidates face off in November.