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Thanks from Adair County Board of Elections

The Adair County Board of Elections would like to extend a hearty and heartfelt thanks to all of the volunteer poll workers that worked Election Day. You worked tirelessly to ensure a smooth, efficient and lawful process. You started early and ended late. Our poll workers are some of the most important people at an election. We also want to thank the staff of The Clerk's Office, our local media, Adair County Fiscal Court, and the Adair County Judge Executive and Staff.

It takes a whole team to make elections run smoothly, and as 2020 has shown us, voting isn't confined to a single day.

Special thanks to the poll workers that served during our Early Voting. They spent tireless hours, some days without lunch or breaks, to handle the volume of voters that turned out for Early Voting. They went above and beyond to make Early Voting a success.

This year they braved an unpredictable virus and gave of their time and themselves to make this election possible for the voters of Adair County. We appreciate the work and sacrifice of everyone involved. Thank you to each and every poll worker for serving our county and for defending our voting rights.

Thank you,
Adair County Board of Elections
  • Lisa Greer, Adair County Clerk
  • Josh Brockman, Adair County Sheriff
  • Vicky Pike, Democrat Representative
  • Ricky Collins, Republican Representative




This story was posted on 2020-11-04 09:54:38
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Bringing in the votes



2020-11-04 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Adair County Judge Executive Gale Cowan.
Eric and Eva Feese are pictured bringing in the votes from their precinct on Election Day 2020. Four precincts were open. Thanks to every person who worked the polls on November 3, 2020, and to all those in the Courthouse Annex who kept things going for the two weeks before.

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