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How Absentee Voting works in Kentucky (May 2019 Primary)

29626112627_8f4825f8ec_oOn election day, Tuesday, May 21, 2019, polls in Kentucky will be open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Unconditional Early Voting isn't allowed in Kentucky (as it is in many states), but in most cases, if you won't be in the Kentucky county where you're registered to vote on election day, you can vote absentee.

To vote absentee, there are several hoops to jump through, so it's good to start early:

1. You have to be registered to vote and you have to know what county you're registered in.  You can check that at GoVoteKY.com

Madison County Phone Bank and Texting Party

Every Wednesday we will be leading a Phone Bank and Texting Party out of our office in Old Town until May 15.

Madison County Phone Bank and Texting Party

Every Wednesday we will be leading a Phone Bank and Texting Party out of our office in Old Town until May 15.

Madison County Phone Bank and Texting Party

Every Wednesday we will be leading a Phone Bank and Texting Party out of our office in Old Town until May 15.

Madison County Primary Canvass

Saturday is canvassing day starting at the office (210 N Broadway #3)! From 2pm - 4pm we will be handing out voter guides and talking to folks about issues that matter to them.

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