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Kentucky Primary Election June 23
All registered voters in Kentucky will receive a postcard from the state Board of Elections on or about May 22, with instructions on how to request a ballot via an online portal. You will be asked to provide identification verification (DOB, SS#, driver license #). The deadline to request a ballot via the portal is June 15. This is the most expedient way to get your ballot at this point.
Once your application is approved, you will receive a ballot from the Campbell County Clerk, along with a prepaid return envelope. We advise you to complete and return your ballot immediately by mail OR you may place it in a secure dropbox in the lobby of the County Administration building at 1098 Monmouth Street (corner 11th & Monmouth) beginning June 1. Note that ballots generated via portal request will be barcoded, allowing you to track and verify that your vote has been counted.
A bipartisan committee of experienced poll workers will begin verifying signatures and scanning ballots into the voting machines beginning June 1. No totals will be run until the close of the election on June 23.
In-person absentee voting is available in the Newport office BY APPOINTMENT ONLY by calling 859-292-3885, starting June 8. Hours are from 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday and 9 am-noon on Saturday, June 20. Additionally, voters can still get a ballot from the County Clerk’s office through an emergency provision up to Election Day, June 23.
On Election Day, only one polling location for the entire county will be open from 6am to 6pm: First Baptist Church, 4410 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring KY 41076
Ballots cast on Election Day will not be precinct-specific, meaning all Campbell County voters who have not voted absentee may vote at this location. State regulations for the Primary Election require voters to make an appointment to vote on Election Day. However, our County Clerk is takin steps to accommodate voters by providing multiple machines, poll workers and registration books at this central polling location.
At the close of election day, votes will be tabulated and partial results announced. Ballots postmarked up to and including June 23 will be counted if they are received by the close of business hours on Monday, June 29. Final vote totals will be transmitted to Frankfort by Tuesday, June 30.
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