A few years ago, Republicans were few and far between in Boyle County. That's not the case today. Our party has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, and has become a model for Republican leadership in other counties here in Kentucky. Join us as we swell our ranks and become the new majority in Boyle County, including Danville, Perryville, and Junction City!

Register Republican today and you can help us continue to grow right here at home.
  • 2021 - Boyle County Voters

    Republicans 10,360
    Democrats 10,956
  • 2020 - Boyle County Voters

    Republicans 9,821
    Democrats 11,229
  • 2018 - Boyle County Voters

    Republicans 9,049
    Democrats 11,455
  • 2017 - Boyle County Voters

    Republicans 8,622
    Democrats 11,549
  • 2010 - Boyle County Voters

    Republicans 6,216
    Democrats 11,682
  • 2000 - Boyle County Voters

    Republicans 4,379
    Democrats 11,479


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Rebecca Hurst


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Allan Crain


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Brian Staed

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Want to Vote in the Republican Primary this year?

Anyone who wishes to vote in the Republican primary must be registered by May (see the Kentucky Election Calendar here).
Registration can be done online without visiting the courthouse:


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September 7, 2020

Open House Night with Secretary of State Michael Adams

It was great to have KY Secretary Of State Michael Adams and Auditor Mike Harmon stop by at our Open house event last July at the […]
August 18, 2020

Boyle County Voter Registrations – July/August 2020

Democratic Party in Boyle County now under 49% of registered voters!!!! We have seen another HUGE jump in  July – August registrations and re-registrations for voters in Boyle County with Republicans […]
May 20, 2020

Look past the candidates: Who should have influence in Kentucky politics?

On April 23rd, The Louisville-Courier Journal reported on Amy McGraths primary opponent’s poor fundraising performance.  The article went on to point out that these opponents were […]