Incumbent Congressman James Comer, who represents Kentucky's 1st congressional district, has been called as winning reelection to the U.S. House of Representatives for Kentucky's 1st congressional district, which holds several cities including Henderson, Hopkinsville, and Madisonville.
Congressman Comer was called the winner in his re-election as the representative of the Bluegrass State's 1st congressional district against Democratic candidate James Rhodes.
Comer filled the seat of Rep. Ed Whitfield following Whitfield's 2016 resignation.
Congressional elections use the popular vote to choose winners. They don't use the Electoral College, which is used in presidential elections.