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Kentucky likely to see historic election reform, how House Bill 574 changes voting

 "I really couldn't be happier," Sec. Adams said. "We put together a bill that enhances security in our elections without limiting access."

UPDATE: Bill with many of 2020’s election measures clears House, headed to Senate

Election Reform Measure Gains Momentum, Heads to Senate

KY Senate passes bill to study racial gaps

Legislation to address racial inequalities and focus on opportunities has advanced to the Kentucky House.

What you need to know when you head to the polls

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- If a person has mailed their ballot and it is not showing up as received, the voter can on Election Day...

Voting lines and options leading to election day

Election Day is right around the corner and people are continuing to vote early. We've seen states all across the U.S. dealing with hour-long waits but that's not happening here in Kentucky in some counties.

Kentucky Guardsmen to provide support for Nov. 3 election

Guardsmen won't be in uniform, won't perform voting duties.

Adams issues guidance to prevent voter intimidation

Rules outlined for challengers, poll monitors

Hicks votes early, says current changes should be permanent

Hicks raised more than $1 million in last quarter.

Protecting yourself from COVID-19 at the polls

Health dept. issues safety guidelines for voters

McGrath votes, says coronavirus aid is critical now

McGrath says what is best for Kentucky should be overriding principle.

Mayor Gorton addresses voting, Halloween plans

Changes in city plans due to COVID-19

Counties prepare for start of early voting

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - In-person early voting opens Tuesday and based on early indications, many county clerks across the state expect use of in-person...

As deadline looms, more than 700,000 absentee ballot requests expected

Fayette County has highest percentage of absentee requests in the state.

Activist Devine Carama on across-state walk to promote voting, mourn Taylor

Walking from Pikeville to Paducah to raise awareness.

Does a presidential debate influence outcome?

Presidential Debate influence

Reminders: State pushes voting, food benefits

Absentee ballots starting to arrive i the mail.

Voting more important now than ever, McGrath says

McGrath hosts voter registration evets across city.

Lexington to have six in-person polling places, drop boxes for elections

Beaumont & Tates Creek Libraries return to Curbside Service only; Eastside & Northside Libraries to remain open to the public.

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Elkhorn City man killed in crash in Pike County

42-year old Jason Spangler died Saturday when the pickup truck he was driving went off the road and over an embankment, according to KSP.

Report: UK professor dies from accidental fall in her home

Dr. Susan Odom was found in her home by a co-worker on Sunday, according to the Kentucky Kernel.

101st Airborne deploying soldiers to Fort Knox as part of exercise

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) will deploy approximately 160 Soldiers to Fort Knox, Kentucky, in support of an Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise to be held there.

Search on for missing man from Pulaski County

62-year old Dana Watkins has been missing since April 16, according to deputies.