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Adams offers details on plan for June 23 Election
By Miranda Combs
Frankfort, KY - Secretary of State Michael Adams is proud to offer details of his agreement with Governor Andy Beshear on the methods of voting to be used in the June 23 primary election.
"This plan fulfills my promise to make it easy to vote and hard to cheat," said Adams. "Through expanding absentee voting - with appropriate safeguards - limiting the number of polling sites, and adopting in-person voting methods that limit personal contact, we prevent Mother Nature from disenfranchising Kentucky voters, while we also protect the lives of both our voters and our poll workers."
"This plan is not vote-by-mail, West Coast-style," Adams continued. "This plan has ballot integrity built in, and for the first time in a decade cleans up our voter rolls, a signal accomplishment."
Here are the plan's key points:
The Secretary of State's Office will release more details soon.
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