You have many ways to vote this election


UPDATED: James Toller of Libertarian Party will be challenging Mark Hart for the Kentucky 78th District House of Representative seat. Brad Barron, also of the Libertarian Party, will be contesting for the U. S. Senate seat with Mitch McConnell and Amy McGrath.


     It could be the race for President of the United States of America between Republican Donald J. Trump or Democrat Joe Biden or Democrat Amy McGrath’s and Libertarian Brad Barron's attempt to unseat Republican Senator Mitch McConnell or Republican Thomas Massie’s defense of his U. S. House of Representative seat from Democrat Alexandra Owensby.
    Locally, it could be deciding the Butler’s and/or Falmouth’s City Council.
    Issue-wise, maybe it is the decision Pendleton County voters will have in deciding if the rest of Pendleton County should join Falmouth and allow alcohol sales.
    Whether it is an independent race or the entire ticket that draws your interest, voters will have an easy route to cast their votes and make sure their voices are heard.
    The portal to request an absentee ballot for the Nov. 3 General Election is open at          

 “Please vote. You can request an absentee ballot right now. If you’re nervous about COVID, if you live with somebody like I do who has a pre-existing condition, if you’re around people who are susceptible, go to and request one,” said Governor Andy Beshear. “If you believe you haven’t been heard, your opportunity is voting.”
    Pendleton County Clerk Rita Spencer indicated that residents can also contact her office to request an absentee ballot but warned that requests must be made by October 9. You cannot request an absentee ballot after that date.
    On October 13, in-person voting will be available in her office. Citizens can vote Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Voting on Saturdys will be on October 17, 24, and 31.
    The plan for voting on Election Day  Tuesday, November 3 is still being determined with the hope that polling places will be open throughout the county.
    Republican and Kentucky Representative Mark Hart will be running against James Toller, Libertarian Party, for his District 78th seat.
    Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams worked with the governor’s office to finalize the voting plan for Kentucky and testified before the U. S. House Committee. You can read his full comments at