Absentee voting continues at courthouses through Monday

The deadline to apply for a mail-in absentee ballot has passed, but you can still vote absentee at the courthouse.

Christian County Clerk Mike Kem says you can just show up at the courthouse and tell the deputy outside you are there to vote.

Approximately 7,000 people requested a mail-in ballot in Christian County. Kem hopes everyone will get their ballot in time to have it counted and notes they will count as long as they’re postmarked June 23 or earlier—meaning it’s possible the outcome of some races won’t be known on Tuesday night.

Todd County Clerk Cindy O’Bryan has sent out 700 mail-in absentee ballots and says registered voters there can cast an absentee ballot at the courthouse on East Washington Street during regular weekday business hours or Saturday from 9 until 3.

Christian County will also have Saturday voting hours from 8 until 4.

You can find sample ballots, look up your voter registration and more at govoteky.com.