Excused absentee ballot requests begin this weekend
Published 2:00 pm Friday, September 23, 2022
Voting for this November’s general election will be slightly different around Clark County, and excused absentee ballots may be requested starting Saturday, Sept. 24th.
Since the time of the May elections, additional voting machines have been purchased by the Clark County Fiscal Court.
As a result, all precincts will be open for voting on Election Day, Nov. 8. The Clark County Courthouse’s main floor will also be a place where anyone can vote.
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Because each precinct will now have its own voting machine, options are for voters to choose to vote at their own precinct location or at the Clark County Courthouse.
Precincts and polling places are specified below:
- A101 Becknerville, Mount Zion Christian Church
- A103 Hampton, Phoenix Academy
- B102 Forest Grove, Providence Pentecostal Church
- B103 Garner, Sequoia Village Community Room
- B104 Goodes, Rogers-Parrish Clark County Fire Station 3
- B105 Pinchem, Antioch Christian Church
- D101 Mt. Abbott, Justice Elementary School
- D102 Renick, Strode Station Elementary School
- D104 Victory, Generations Center
- F101 City Hall, City Hall
- F103 Mt. Vernon, Public Library
- F105 South Park, Shearer Elementary School
- D103 Van Meter, Baker Intermediate School
- E102 Sphar, Baker Intermediate School
- C102 Franklin, Landmark Baptist Church
- C103 Kiddville, Landmark Baptist Church
- A102 Boonesboro, Campbell Junior High School
- A104 Stoney Brook, Campbell Junior High School
- B101 Calmes, Campbell Junior High School
- F106 Winchester, Campbell Junior High School
- F102 Fairfax, Courthouse basement
- F104 North Winchester, Courthouse basement
- E101 McClure, Hannah McClure Preschool
- E103 Sunset, Hannah McClure Preschool
- C101 Ecton, Extension Office Annex
- C104 Wades Mill, Extension Office Annex
While voting by mail is not excused without reason, those qualifying for excused absences would be individuals dealing with an illness to themselves or an immediate loved one, individuals who may have an appointment or be out of town for other reasons, etc.
Individuals may go to govote.ky.gov to request a ballot through the Kentucky Absentee Request Portal or can call the Clark County Courthouse at 859-745-0280. Ext. 3.
This year will also feature three days of early voting.
Dates for early voting are Nov. 3 and 4 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Early voting takes place at the Clark County Courthouse only.