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100,000 KY voters have applied online for absentee ballot
Request your ballot online at govoteky.com, or see this article from Adair Co. Clerk Lisa Greer for other options. The deadline to request an absentee ballot for the June 23 election is Monday, June 15.
Frankfort, KY - Secretary of State Michael G. Adams announced that, as of 12:30pmET Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 100,000 registered Kentucky voters have taken advantage of govoteky.com to request their absentee ballots for the June 23 election.
"Voting absentee is easy, secure, and wildly popular," Adams said. "I'm grateful to the Kentuckians who understand that we have fewer voting locations available and fewer poll workers available because of COVID-19 - not only are these Kentuckians being good citizens by voting, but by voting absentee they're being good citizens in relieving the pressure on our voting locations and our poll workers."
Upon introducing the absentee ballot request portal on Friday evening, Adams noted that:
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