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Over 600,000 Kentucky Voters Have Cast Their Ballots So Far

Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams said Monday that over 600,000 Kentucky voters had cast their ballots so far.

Posted: Oct 19, 2020 9:42 AM
Updated: Oct 19, 2020 10:05 AM

So far, over 600,000 Kentucky voters have cast their ballots through the process of early voting.

Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams said on Monday that through Saturday, 602,722 Kentucky voters had cast their ballots through a mixture of absentee and in-person voting.

According to Sec. State Adams, more than half of the absentee ballots that have been requested in the state have been returned already.

Adams also predicts that if the current pace of in-person voting is maintained, over 1 million Kentucky voters will have voted in-person before Nov. 3, and poll lines on election day will be more manageable.

Early voting kicked off in Kentucky on Tuesday, Oct. 13, and will be held through Monday, Nov. 2.

For more information on voting in Kentucky such as deadlines, early voting locations, and sample ballots by county, click here.

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