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Voting reminder, make sure your ballot gets in

By Lisa Greer, Adair County Clerk

If you have called the Clerk's office to vote by mail, please make sure to have received your application that was sent to you in the mail before/on Monday, June 15, 2020.

If you requested your ballot online at GoVoteKy.com you would not have received the application, but only your ballot.

If you are planning on requesting a ballot online, the deadline is Monday, June 15, 2020 at www.GoVoteKy.com.

Ballots must be returned postmarked on or before June 23, 2020.

Voting in person at the Courthouse Annex in Columbia is available now through June 22, 2020. You do not have to wait until election day, come at your convenience with your ID ready for the precinct worker between the hours of 8am-4pmCT Monday through Friday, and between 8am and 11amCT Saturday, June 13, and Saturday, June 20, 2020.




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Ballot received, read, read again, marked and mailed



2020-06-12 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
When you ask to vote Absentee on the state website, GoVoteKy.com, you bypass the application process, are verified online as a registered voter, and will receive your ballot in the mail from the County Clerk's office. Unpacking the big envelope received from the County Clerk, I found (1) the instructions, (2) the ballot, (3) the inside envelope (the brown one), and (4) the return-to-Clerk envelope.

I read the instructions - twice - to make sure I didnít mess up because Iíve been told that an error in processing will make the vote null and void.

There are three steps to complete your Absentee vote. First, study and properly mark/color in your choices on the ballot. Second, sign and seal the (brown) envelope after placing your ballot inside it. And then the third step is placing the brown envelope in the outside envelope and mailing postage-free to the county clerk, or delivering it to the Clerk's office.

Or, you can put on your mask, stay six feet apart from others and vote in person in the Courthouse Annex any day now. Voting is in progress six days a week. Clicking 'read more' takes you to Adair County Clerk Lisa Greer's reminder of the hours and days they are open.

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