Absentee voting is now open across Kentucky for the upcoming primary May 22.
Those in need of absentee ballots can now request them in all of Kentucky’s 120 counties. In some counties, however, absentee voting has been underway for more than a month.
Pike County Deputy Clerk Debbie Hopkins says Clerk Rhonda Taylor’s office has been sending out and receiving absentee ballots since February. Hopkins said early machine voting will get underway in the county this coming Friday.
Those hoping to vote early must meet certain requirements. For information about those requirements, contact your local county clerk’s office, or visit the Secretary of State’s website, at sos.ky.gov.
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