FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Three days of early voting for the Kentucky primary election has started at designated polling places across the state. It’s the result of a bipartisan election measure passed by state lawmakers. Voters can cast ballots — with no excuse needed — on Thursday, Friday and Saturday ahead of next week’s vote. The primary will determine each party’s lineup of candidates for the November general election. The three days of early in-person voting will become a Bluegrass State staple following passage of the 2021 legislation. Secretary of State Michael Adams says voting in Kentucky has never been more accessible or more secure.
In Breckinridge County, the early voting will be available today through Saturday from 8am to 4pm in the basement of the Breckinridge County Courthouse.
WBXC will have live coverage of the results Tuesday evening.