With election day nearing, the Kentucky Secretary of State’s office says rumors about voting procedure have been running rampant.
Kentucky officials expect to count more than 100,000 absentee ballots this general election.
Many Kentucky counties are seeking poll workers for the November 4th election. Each precinct must have at least four election workers, but with an above-average turnout expected in November, many are seeking additional staff.
Kentucky’s Secretary of State says he’s looking out for the Commonwealth at the Republican National Convention this week.
Filing deadlines for most Democrats, Republicans and Independents to appear on the November ballot in Kentucky have come and gone. But the race for president has its own filing deadline because the national party conventions are later than usual this year. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Les Fugate says every once in awhile, Kentucky has… Continue reading Presidential Candidates Have Separate Filing Deadline in KY