On the Democratic side, President Obama is the only option. Because of this, Osborne says he'd like to see some things changed.
"Number one, I think they spend too much money on Presidential primaries and number two, I think all the nation should be moved closer together when voting in a primary because it's almost a moot issue by the time you get to Kentucky and other states," he said.
Osborne predicts a 10 to 15 percent turnout in Daviess County. On the state level, however, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes expects only 8 to 10 percent of people to vote.