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Reminder: Email, phone, and text are not KY voting methods
By Elizabeth Kuhn
Frankfort, KY - Attorney General Daniel Cameron together with Secretary of State Michael Adams alerted Kentuckians to a new election-related scam encouraging voters to cast their votes in the primary election by email, phone, or text, which are not legal voting methods in Kentucky. Voters may receive a call from a scammer asking them to vote using one of these fraudulent methods. In some cases, the scammers may require a voter to provide his or her personal or financial information in order to cast a vote.
Attorney General Cameron reported that his office's Election Fraud Hotline has received complaints from Kentucky voters about this type of voting scam, and the office is currently investigating the complaints.
"It's important for Kentuckians to be on guard against voting scams during the primary season and never provide your personal or financial information to an unknown source," said Attorney General Cameron. "We encourage anyone who encounters a potential voting scam to report it immediately to our Election Fraud Hotline at 1-800-328-VOTE."
Secretary of State Adams reminded Kentuckians that voting by email, phone, or text, is not an accepted voting method for Kentucky elections.
"It is truly reprehensible that scammers would attempt to exploit Kentuckians exercising their right to vote, and I'm grateful to Attorney General Cameron for his leadership in combatting this misinformation," said Secretary Adams. "Kentuckians can vote by absentee ballot, or in-person through June 23, but 'votes' cast by email, phone, or text are not votes and by law cannot be counted."
Kentuckians may vote in the June 23 primary election using any of the following methods:
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