KENTUCKY — Kentuckians have more options than ever for voting in this year’s general election.

With one pandemic primary under their belt, election officials came up with a compromise they hope will iron out the kinks of June's 2020 Kentucky Primary, while allowing them to accommodate the higher volume of voters expected during a presidential election year.

Stephen Voss, is an Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky and specializes in elections and voting behavior.

During this In Focus Kentucky segment, Voss discusses some of the election plans that are in place to make this unusual 2020 general election, as normal as possible.