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Kentucky primary voter guide: What you need to know on election day

The polls in Kentucky are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on June 23.

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.

Track your absentee ballot

The Kentucky Board of Elections allows voters to track their absentee ballot. Click here to check the status of your absentee ballot.

Where is my polling location?

Since many counties are only offering a single polling location due to the coronavirus pandemic, here's where you can vote.

JEFFERSON

Kentucky Expo Center

937 Phillips Lane, South Wing A and B

Enter at Gates 2, 4 and 6. Parking is free.

OLDHAM

Oldham County High School

1150 North Highway 393

LaGrange, KY 40031

BULLITT

Paroquet Springs Conference Center

395 Paroquet Springs Drive

Shepherdsville, KY 40165

SHELBY

Shelby County High School

1701 Frankfort Road

Shelbyville, KY

Floral Hall Shelby Co. Fairgrounds

1513 Midland Trail

Shelbyville, KY

Simpsonville Elementary School

6725 Shelbyville Road

Simpsonville, KY

SPENCER

Spencer County High School

520 Taylorsville Road

Taylorsville, KY 40071

NELSON

Nelson County Fairgrounds

2391 New Haven Road

Bardstown, KY 40004

MEADE

Meade County High School

938 Old State Road

Brandenburg, KY 40108

HARDIN

Hardin Co. Government Building

150 N. Provident Way

Elizabethtown, KY 

GRAYSON

Center on Main

Center on Main

Leitchfield, KY 42754 

HENRY

Henry County Fairgrounds 4H-Building

1106 Castle Rd. Hwy 421

Eminence, KY 40019 

LARUE

North Laurel High School Gymnasium

1300 East Hal Rogers Parkway

London, KY 40741

South Laurel School Gymnasium

201 South Laurel Road

London, KY 40744 

For a complete list of polling locations, click here. 

Who's on my ballot?

Click here to see the ballot for your county

Where can I get a ride to the poll?

On Election Day, June 23rd, TARC will provide a shuttle service from Union Station, 1000 W Broadway, to voting polls at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

This fare-free shuttle service will run every 30 minutes, beginning at 6 a.m. from Union Station and ending at 6:30 p.m. from the Expo Center. Routes 10 (Dixie BRT), 23, and the 99 all have direct stops at Union Station.

Click here for more information

The Louisville Urban League has partnered with the Black Voters Matter Fund to provide rides to polling locations. Request a ride online or call 502-585-462 and select option 0.

Additionally, Louisville Urban League said voters can get free Lyft rides to polls in Louisville, Lexington, Hopkinsville, Elizabethtown and Alvaton. Riders can use the code KYVOTES.

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.

Voter Tools

  • Look up your polling site location by clicking HERE
  • Find out about absentee voting search by clicking HERE
  • If you have any questions about voting, please contact the Kentucky State Board of Elections at 502-573-7100 or 1-800-246-1399. 

Election Results

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  3. Click on the Election Results tab on the WHAS11 News site
  4. Check the WHAS11 Facebook page
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  6. Watch WHAS11 News throughout the night for updates.

Voter Fraud

The office of the attorney general has opened a fraud hotline to report suspected law violations and voting irregularities. The hotline, 1-800-328-VOTE, will be answered live from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Primary Day.

Allegations of election law violations may include, but are not limited to, campaign violations, electioneering, bribery, election fraud, poll disruption, and the early release of voting results. Questions or complaints related to the number of polling locations in each county should be directed to the State Board of Elections by visiting elect.ky.gov.

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