Kentucky’s Primary Election is on June 23, and due to the coronavirus pandemic, most counties will have only one in-person polling place. Yesterday, we found out that Fayette County’s will be Kroger Field.
While the state is encouraging everyone to vote by mail this year, if you live in Fayette County and need to do it in person, you can vote inside the Central Bank Field Club at Kroger Field from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on June 23. Voters may park in the Blue Lot and enter through Gate 10 or 11.
Voting by mail is still by far the easiest way to make your voice heard this year. You can request a mail-in absentee ballot online at govotekentucky.com or by phone (859-235-3344). The deadline to request an absentee ballot is June 15. Mail it back in for free by June 23. If you live in Lexington/Fayette County, you can also drop it off at Kroger Field from June 15-22 at the President’s Pavilion outside Gate 9 or on June 23 in the Commonwealth Tower Lobby. If you live in the Lexington/Fayette County area and are handicapped or need additional assistance, you can make an appointment to vote early June 8-23 at the Lexington Senior Center. For more details on that, click here.
Go Cats. Go Vote.