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VOTE: You can now request mail-in ballot online

There are four ways to vote in Kentucky's upcoming primary election:
  • Absentee by mail
  • Hand-delivery of absentee ballot
  • Vote early in-person (appointment with county clerk recommended)
  • Vote on election day in-person (appointment with county clerk recommended)
If at all possible, the Governor, Secretary of State, and State Board of Elections are asking registered voters to request a paper ballot be mailed to your address in order to vote. You can now request your mail-in absentee ballot on the web:

You must be a registered Kentucky voter to file an absentee ballot request. More information about the upcoming primary, and alternate ways to request a ballot, are available here: 2020 Primary Election Information from Lisa Greer, Adair County Clerk.

This story was posted on 2020-05-23 06:57:38
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