It’s primary election day for state offices, but voter turnout is low. A polling location on South Fourth Street was eerily quiet at around 11:00 this morning. The polls at Lampton Baptist Church had seen only about a dozen voters 5 hours after the polls opened. Poll worker Deborah O’Gorman says she didn’t notice the… Continue reading Old Louisville Poll Sees Low Morning Turnout
Less than four weeks until Election Day, certain voters across Kentucky can begin to cast their absentee ballots in the May 17 primary. State law does provides opportunities for citizens such as military personnel, students temporarily residing outside their county, and the disabled to cast absentee votes before the primary election. “It is very important… Continue reading Absentee Voting Open for Primary Election
With Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson predicting long lines for Tuesday’s election, the spotlight in Frankfort is shining on legislation allowing early voting in future state elections. Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh has the story.