FRANKFORT, Ky. — There's no question the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live day to day. The restrictions and guidelines to stop the spread are also changing how we will vote in the Kentucky Primary.
Gov. Andy Beshear and Secretary of State Michael Adams reached an agreement on April 27, saying registered voters in Kentucky can vote by mail through an absentee ballot due to COVID-19.
How to get an absentee ballot
Absentee ballots can only be obtained online portal. You must be a registered voter. the porter closes on Monday, June 15.
Or contac the clerk's office:
In-person: Walnut Street, Frankfort, Ky.
By phone: 502-573-7100 or 1-800-246-1399
The 2020 primary election is June 23. The deadline to register to vote is May 26 at 4 p.m.
Absentee Ballots for Military/Overseas Kentuckians
Kentucky voters who are in any United States military branch can vote via absentee ballot. Click on military voter to get that information.
How to vote in the Kentucky Primary
- Be a registered Kentucky voter
- Vote in-person (scheduled to start June 8)
- Cast an absentee ballot from your precinct area that will come to you in the mail
- REQUEST ABSENTEE BALLOT HERE
You can register to vote online through the Board of Elections website.
Precinct location and legislative districts
Registered voters in Kentucky can obtain information about their precinct location and legislative districts by using the State Board of Elections Voter Information Center. Click on Voter Information to access.
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