KENTUCKY — While Election Day isn't until Nov. 3, hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians have already cast their vote.
What You Need To Know
- Early voting underway in Kentucky
- Hundreds of thousands have already voted early in-person, by mail
- Secretary of state releases statistics
Information from Secretary of State Michael Adams shows 263,532 people have already voted in-person as of Oct. 19. Adams said if in-person voting continues he wouldn't be surprised if 1 million Kentuckians voted before Election Day. Early in-person voting began Oct. 13 and will voters will have until Election Day to participate.
While it's too late to request an absentee ballot, voters can find their in-person polling location online.
In addition to in-person voting, 339,190 Kentuckians have already returned their absentee ballot. There were 657,457 absentee ballots requested.
There are 3.5 million registered voters in Kentucky meaning 17% of the Commonwealth's voters have already cast their ballots.
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