It’s Election Day, polls are open in Kentucky

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At Frederick Douglass High School, a steady stream of voters made their way into the precinct to cast their vote early this morning.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – It’s Election Day and polls are open in Kentucky’s statewide 2019 general election.

At Frederick Douglass High School, a steady stream of voters made their way into the precinct to cast their vote early this morning.

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Current Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes spoke about Election Day and why it’s so important for Kentuckians to vote despite it not being a Presidential election year, “We have two individuals on the ballot vying for governor – one that got there by 84 votes, another that won his attorney general race by less than 2000.”

A reminder, Fayette County Public Schools are closed Tuesday for voting.

Polls will be open until 6 p.m. Tuesday. Anyone in line by 6 p.m. will be allowed to vote.



Acceptable types of I.D.’s are: being a personal acquaintance of a precinct officer, driver’s license, social security card, a county-issued ID card approved by the State Board of Elections, U.S government-issued ID, state-issued ID with picture, credit card, and another form of ID with both a picture and signature.

To view your registration, find your polling precinct or view a sample ballot, click HERE.

Anyone experiencing issues at the polls should alert the precinct official and call the Attorney General’s election fraud hotline at 1-800-328-VOTE.

At Frederick Douglass High School, a steady stream of voters made their way into the precinct to cast their vote early this morning.