With all Pike County precincts reporting, Donald Trump had 83% of votes, Hillary Clinton had 14%, Gary Johnson got nearly 2% and write in votes counted for nearly 1% of votes.
More than 82% of registered Pike County voters made it to the polls, with a total of 8,787 ballots cast out of 10,620 registered voters.
Pike voters voted no to Constitutional Amendment 1 by 65% and it looks like the amendment to allow greater governmental control of failing school systems will also be denied statewide.
Pike voters approved Constitutional Amendment 2 by 81% to allow penalties for sexual exploitation to fund child victim's services. The state numbers show more than 80% for that amendment as well.
Pike voters also approved Constitutional Amendment 3 by 57%, which will re-establish the Judicial Qualifications Commission under the control of the General Assembly. The amendment will likely pass at the state level by around 60% of votes.
Pike voters passed Constitutional Amendment 4 by 77% to allow for revenue from existing taxes on fireworks to fund trauma care, fire services and public safety. The amendment will likely pass at the state level with around 80% of votes.
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