After weeks of debates, campaign ads, yard signs and social media promotions by candidates—voters get to decide who the winners will when they go to the polls Tuesday for the 2018 general election.
Christian County voters will chose their next sheriff, commonwealth’s attorney, coroner, congressman and there are contested state representative races in all three House districts in Christian County.
Hopkinsville voters will decide whether to keep Carter Hendricks as mayor or replace him with Wally Bryan, Jason McCraw or Walter Shamble.
County Clerk Mike Kem says based on absentee voter turnout, he’s expecting turnout to be a little higher than it was in 2014.
Christian County Elections Coordinator Melinda Humprhies says there are no changes in precinct locations from the May primary.
In Todd County, Clerk Cindy O’Bryan reminds voters in Trenton, Guthrie and Allensville that their polling locations have changed.
Meanwhile, Trigg County Clerk Carmen Finley is projecting the highest voter turnout in the southern Pennyrile region at 58 percent.
Anyone who is still in line at 6 p.m. when the polls close will be allowed to vote.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is projecting a statewide voter turnout of about 46 percent. Sample ballots and the address of your polling place can be found at govoteky.com.
Anyone seeing potential election law violations at a polling location can call the Kentucky Attorney General’s Election Fraud Hotline at 800-328-VOTE.
We will have live election coverage beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday on News Radio 95.3 FM, 1230 AM and online at whopam.com.