In-house absentee voting has begun in Christian, Todd and Trigg counties for those who can’t make it to their polling place on primary election day.
Christian County Elections Coordinator Melinda Humphries says absentee voting is available at the clerk’s office through the day before the primary.
She requests that you bring some type of photo identification if you are voting absentee at the clerk’s office.
Humphries says there’s still time to request a mail-in absentee ballot if you can’t get to the clerk’s office or polling place, but it’s better to get that request in to the clerk’s office by phone at 270-887-4105 as soon as possible.
Elsewhere, the Todd County Clerk’s Office reports in house absentee voting began there Friday and it continues through May 21st. The deadline to apply for a mail-in absentee ballot there is May 15th and the phone number is 270-265-9966, extension 1.
Officials at the Trigg County Clerk’s office say in-person absentee voting is ongoing during regular business hours, 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., each day through May 21st. Trigg County residents should call 270-522-6661 to request a mail-in ballot.
All Democrats and Republicans in Christian, Todd and Trigg counties are eligible to vote in the primary.