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The long-awaited 2020 General Election comes at last. Let’s make it count by electing our Democratic candidates up and down the ballot. Make sure you are registered, that you have proof of identification, and make your plan to vote NOW.
- Check the status of your Absentee/Mail-in Ballot.
- Check to make sure your voter record is accurate.
- Change your address or party affiliation.
To view the full Campbell County Sample Ballot, click here: https://campbellcountyclerkky.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/ballot-sample-composite.pdf.
For details on the two proposed Constitutional Amendments, click here: https://ballotpedia.org/Kentucky_2020_ballot_measures
This page will be updated as additional details are announced by our County Clerk. Please bookmark this page to be informed of the latest announcements. Questions/concerns may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you typically vote absentee by mail, AND if you are concerned about in-person voting due to COVID-19, you can request your ballot through October 9 at https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/ovrweb/govoteky/Absentee Ballot Request. You may also request a ballot by calling the County Clerk’s office at 859-292-3885.
Mail ballots must be postmarked by Election Day, November 3. Beginning October 1, you may also hand-deliver your ballot to a secure drop box at the County Clerk’s office, 1098 Monmouth in Newport or 8330 W. Main Street in Alexandria.
Early In-Person Voting
Beginning October 13, you may vote every weekday and every Saturday morning at the County Clerk’s office at 1098 Monmouth in Newport. You do not need a reason or excuse to vote early in-person. Monday through Friday hours are from 8:30am-4:00pm; Saturday hours are 9am-1:00pm.
Election Day Voting
Most standard Campbell County polling locations will be open on November 3. However, per state regulations and library space utilization due to COVID, nursing homes, senior centers and libraries will not be polling locations. Seven precincts will combine with other precincts at alternate polling locations as follows:
Precinct Old Location New Location
Cold Spring E Cold Spring Library Newport Elks, 3704 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring
Highland Hts D HH Senior Center CC Extension Services, 3500 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights
Ft. Thomas I Ft. Thomas Library Living Hope Baptist Church, 1080 Highland Ave. Ft. Thomas
Ft. Thomas N Ft. Thomas Library Living Hope Baptist Church, 1080 Highland Ave. Ft. Thomas
Newport H Grand Towers St. Paul Church of Christ, 1 Churchill Dr., Ft. Thomas
Newport A Saratoga Place St. Johns Church, 415 Park Ave., Newport
Newport C Two Rivers Apts. Newport Intermediate School, 95 W. 9th St., Newport
The new requirements enacted by the state legislature and scheduled to take effect in this election have been relaxed. If you have been unable to get a driver’s license or photo ID due to the pandemic you may sign a document explaining this concern and cast your ballot.
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