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How To Vote

4 easy ways to vote in the upcoming primary election.

 

Vote early in-person

Vote election day in-person

Absentee by mail

Hand-delivery of absentee ballot

In-Person Voting

Any registered voter may vote early in-person at the McCracken County Courthouse (only) on the following dates and times. 

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June 8th - June 22nd 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

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June 23rd (election day) 6:00 am – 6:00 pm

(Masks are required to be worn, and social distancing will be enforced)

Voting Absentee

You have received (or will receive soon) a postcard from the State of Kentucky outlining a process by which an absentee ballot can be requested by signing an application and returning it by mail. In addition any voter may request an application by calling local voter registration at 270-444-4702 or by emailing Julie Griggs at julie.griggs@ky.gov. In either case you will be required to mail a signed application in order to receive the absentee ballot. Once the application is received by the county court clerk, a ballot and self-addressed postage-paid envelope will be provided for you to return the ballot in order to have your vote recorded. You may also hand-deliver your ballot to the courthouse. It is important to follow ballot instructions in order to ensure your vote is counted. 

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