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Adams comments on election reform bills

By Michon Lindstrom

Frankfort, KY - Secretary of State Michael Adams has released the following statement on House Bill 564 advancing out of the House Committee on Elections, Constitutional Amendments, and Intergovernmental Affairs, and Senate Bill 216 advancing out of the Senate Committee on State and Local Government:
"Kentucky continues to operate in a bipartisan fashion in improving our election system. Together, House Bill 564 and Senate Bill 216, both passed through legislative committees this morning, will make voting easier, expand our existing audit process, set a hard deadline for transition to universal paper ballots, add legal protections for election workers, and codify in law our existing practice of not connecting our election machines to the internet."




This story was posted on 2022-03-03 14:22:07
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