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Secretary of State says inactive voter list is “unlawful”

Tens of thousands of Kentucky voters could go to the polls in November only to find out they can't vote because they are on an "inactive voters" list.

Polls close on Tuesday for a new mural on Lexington-Fayette Co. Health Dept.

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department needs your help deciding on the building's next mural.
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Lee County voters to decide whether to allow alcohol sales

Lee County voters will decide in November whether to allow alcohol sales.

Kentucky board vote leaves schools without safety officers

A tie vote among a Kentucky county's board of education means its public schools won't have dedicated police officers when the year begins in a week.
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Board votes on homeless camp policies and procedures

Across the country, people are discussing how to handle homeless camps.

Primary Election Day information for voters

Tuesday, May 21st is Primary Election Day in Kentucky and there's a few things voters need to keep in mind when making their way to the polls.

Kentucky city rejects anti-discrimination ordinance

There were 55 people who spoke in favor of the ordinance, with many citing instances of discrimination.

Kentucky House votes to put ‘In God We Trust’ in schools

Public schools in Kentucky would have to display "In God We Trust" in a prominent location next school year under a bill that has cleared the state House of Representatives.
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Kentucky GOP lawmakers order recount in House election

Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have ordered a recount of a state House election in which the Republican candidate lost by one vote.

Kentucky panel sets hearing for one-vote election challenge

Kentucky lawmakers have scheduled a hearing later this month to decide what to do about a former Republican lawmaker.
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Proposed high school graduation requirements passed unanimously by the KY Board of Education

The proposed high school graduation requirements has unanimously been passed by the Kentucky Board of Education.
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Kentucky lawmaker will challenge election he lost by 1 vote

A Republican state lawmaker in Kentucky says he will challenge the results of an election he lost by one vote.
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Coin toss decides alcohol sale vote for state park

Alcohol will be sold at Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park in Perry County after a coin toss broke a tie vote from Tuesday’s elections, according to the county clerk.
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Heads or tails to drink? Coin flip to settle Kentucky vote

The sale of alcoholic beverages at a state park in Perry County will come down to a coin flip after a local referendum ended in a tie.

Grimes reminds voters of election “Do’s and Dont’s”

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky’s chief election official, is reminding voters of Election Day "Do’s and Don’ts" in advance of the polls opening.

Election Day in one week: Kentuckians prepare for the polls

The nation's midterm election is one week away and Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky's chief election official, is reminding all Kentucky voters to be prepared to cast their votes on November 6.

October 30 is last day to request mail-in absentee ballots in KY

Tuesday, October 30, is the last day for voters to request a mail-in absentee ballot for Kentucky's General Election, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes reminds Kentuckians.

Kentucky has more than 3.4 million registered voters

Kentucky has more than 3.4 million people are registered to vote on the Nov. 6 elections.
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Judge to decide ‘Marsy’s Law’ ballot question in Kentucky

A judge says he will rule in the next 10 days on whether the state's constitution can be changed with a vote on Marsy's Law.

Teachers bring moving trucks, vow to ‘move out’ lawmakers

Teachers and state workers drove moving trucks to the Kentucky Capitol and vowed to oust some state lawmakers come November, in the latest demonstration against legislators who backed a contentious public pension law.

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