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Ky. Secretary of State offers attorneys a perk for serving as a poll worker

Kentucky attorneys can receive 1.5 credit hours, they need 12.5 hours each year to keep their law licenses, for participating in the election law training provided to volunteer poll workers.

With voter registration down, Sec. of State Adams works to get more registered

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - According to Secretary of State Michael Adams, new voter registration is down 90% from this time last summer. In hopes of...

Group focuses on making sure felons understand their voting right

As many as 170,000 people may be eligible.

Online discussion addresses election, voting questions

Virtual session could be a model for other counties.

House passes bill to reverse changes blamed for mail delays

The House has approved legislation that would reverse recent changes in U.S. Postal Service operations.

Sec. of State, Ky Commission on Human Rights to talk inclusive voting

Sec. Adams, Ky Commission on Human Rights plan to talk inclusive voting practices

Lawsuits want to restore evictions, open up voting

Eviction request would apply to only three counties.

Polls open for Primary Election Day: What you need to know

Polls open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday

Despite social media outrage, Secretary of State calls Primary Election national success

The debate continues over whether Kentucky made it easier or harder to vote in the pandemic-impacted Primary Election.

Election differences, similarities; tips, checklist for voting

The primary election is coming up Tuesday, June 23rd and like just about everything else, elections and voting will be different, and different in almost every county in the state.

Voters can now request absentee ballot for primary election

The deadline to register to vote in the primary is May 26

Kentucky National Guard to work primary election

Kentucky National Guard will serve as poll workers

COVID-19’s impact on the political process

Almost lost in the coronavirus outbreak, this is an election year.

Legislature gives flexibility for elections

Legislation that grants the Governor, Secretary of State and State Board of Elections additional flexibility in the conduct of the 2020 primary election now set for June 23.

Web site helps confirm felons’ voter status

New site makes it easier for 152,000 Kentuckians.

By week’s end, the Democratic primary could be a 2-person race: ANALYSIS

When the dust settles at the end of this week, the Democratic primary could be a two–person race – for many in the party it already is.

New online voting portal for Kentuckians in military and overseas

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced on Tuesday the creation of the online Military and Overseas Voting Portal.

Georgetown votes to expand alcohol sales

The vote was 13,877 in favor and 4,059 against.

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