KENTUCKY — Election Day is just weeks away, and voting is already underway across the state.

As of October 10, according to the Secretary of State’s office, more than 658,068 absentee ballot applications have been requested.

Over 480,000 ballots have been sent out by county clerks and just over 80,000 ballots have been returned to county clerks.

During this In Focus Kentucky segment, the Commonwealth's chief election officer, Secretary of State Michael Adams shares some updates on how to vote, why he is encouraging early in-person voting and what to expect as it relates to voting result totals being delayed on Election Day.