Kentucky primary predicted to have largest voter participation in a decade

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FRANKFORT, Ky (WEHT) If everybody who requested an absentee ballot in Kentucky actually fills out their ballot and returns it, Gov. Andy Beshear says this could be the largest primary in the state in a decade.

According to Beshear, 883,054 Kentuckians requested an absentee ballot for the 2020 Primary. So far, 452,305 have been returned. And about 88,530 people have already voted early in-person. Due to COVID-19, most counties will have only one polling location.

Here is the polling location for each of our Kentucky counties:

  • Daviess County- Owensboro Sports Center
  • Hancock County- Hancock County Clerk’s Office
  • Henderson County- Henderson County High School
  • Hopkins County- Ballard Convention Center
  • McLean County- McLean County Courthouse (Clerk’s Office)
  • Muhlenberg County- Merle Travis Center and Agriculture/Convention Center
  • Ohio County- Ohio County High School
  • Union County- Union County Middle School Cafeteria
  • Webster County- Dixon Community Center

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(This story was originally published on June 22, 2020)

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