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Have you requested your absentee ballot yet?

The primary election is now just over two weeks away, and Kentucky Republicans and Democrats will be choosing candidates for President and for US Senator, where eight Republicans and ten Democrats are vying for the seat currently held by Mitch McConnell.

In-person voting on election day will be limited to a single location in Adair County, and the State Board of Elections has greatly expanded the ways that voters can vote by absentee ballot for the primary.

Officials are asking voters to vote by absentee ballot in the June primary if at all possible. If you are a registered voter, you can request your mail-in absentee ballot online in just a couple of minutes at sos.ky.gov.

Adair County residents can also request an absentee ballot by emailing Adair Co. Clerk Lisa Greer at Lisa.Greer@ky.gov. You should include your full name, date of birth, your mailing address, and your cell/home phone in the email.

More information about the upcoming primary is available here: 2020 Primary Election Information.




This story was posted on 2020-06-06 07:28:42
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