Absentee Voting - Grant County Clerk

Welcome to Absentee Voting

Primary Election: June 23, 2020 

Due to the Emergency Order and Regulations approved by the Kentucky State Board of Elections, all eligible voters in Grant County may request an absentee mail in ballot for the Primary Election held on June 23, 2020.

Any Republican or Democrat may request an absentee ballot by clicking the request a mail-in absentee ballot and selecting COVID-19 as the reason for their request. Voters may also call 859-824-3321 option 4 to request a ballot. 

Voters registered as independent, libertarian, or as an other do not have a ballot style, therefore, cannot vote during the Primary Election. Kentucky is a closed Primary Election state and the Grant County Primary ballot does not have any non-partisan races on the ballot. Registered Republicans and Democrats are the only voters who have a ballot style available for the June 23, 2020 Primary Election. If you changed your party affiliation after December 31, 2019 you will not be eligible to vote during this Election. 

If you do not know your party affiliation or need to check your address please use the link below before requesting your ballot or scheduling an appointment. 

All registered voters in Grant County should receive a post card from the Kentucky State Board of Elections. Voters may request their mail in absentee ballot by using the State Board of Elections online portal, requesting an application by using the link below or call 859-824-3321 option 4. 

Voters who must vote in-person have two options of casting their ballot. They may vote in person early absentee from June 8-22 at the Grant County Clerk’s Office but should schedule an appointment prior to coming to the office. 

In order to be in compliance with the regulations set forth by the Kentucky State Board of Elections, Grant County may have one in person location on Election Day June 23, 2020. Williamstown Independent Schools  300 Helton Road, Williamstown, KY 41097 will be the only voting center/precinct available on Election Day, June 23, 2020 6am-6pm.  Voters should schedule an appointment to vote on Election Day. 

Open Kentucky Governor’s Executive Order relating to Kentucky Primary Election 

VIsit Kentucky Secretary of State’s Executive Order relating to Kentucky Primary Election 

Request a Mail-In Absentee Ballot

Schedule an In-person Appointment to Vote

Sample Composite Ballot for 2020 Primary Election

Check your Absentee Ballot status here

Deadline to request and return the application for a mail in absentee ballot:
June 15th, 2020