MADISONVILLE, Ky. (4/29/14) — Precinct numbers have changed and the Hopkins County Clerk's Office wants voters to know that their polling location may also have been relocated.
The voting process will remain the same for those who will be out on May 20 casting their votes, but the precinct numbers and some locations will be different. The clerk's office will send out 33,000 registration cards on Wednesday so that voters will know exactly where they should be on election day.
"As long as voters keep their precinct number card, hopefully there will be less confusion," said Keenan Ratliff, chief deputy clerk.
If a voter has failed to changed their address and receives a notification card, they should go by the county clerk's office by May 19 to change it and get a correct precinct number, said Ratliff.
Voter's who will be out of the county may vote absentee at the County Clerk's office until May 19.
Hopkins County Clerk's Office is located at 24 Union Street in Madisonville.For more information on a specific precinct number, where to vote, and what's on the ballot, go to Hopkins County Clerk on SurfKY or Kentucky State Board of Elections.
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