No excuse early voting begins in Kentucky

The deadline to register in Kentucky and Indiana is Oct. 11.
The deadline to register in Kentucky and Indiana is Oct. 11.(WAVE News)
Published: Nov. 3, 2022 at 7:38 AM EDT
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - The midterm elections are now less than a week away.

The last day for excused absentee voting in Kentucky was Wednesday. This means no excuse early voting begins.

No excuse early voting is happening at seven locations across Jefferson County. Those polling locations will open from Thursday to Saturday from 8 a.m. and are open until 6 p.m.

The list of locations below:

The Jeffersonian at 10617 Taylorsville Road in Jeffersontown

  • Kentucky Center for African American Heritage at 1701 West Muhammad Ali Boulevard in Louisville.
  • Sun Valley Community Center at 6505 Bethany Lane in Louisville
  • Mary Queen of Peace at 4017 Dixie Highway in Louisville
  • Marriott East at 1903 Embassy Square Boulevard in Louisville.
  • Kentucky Exposition Center, East Hall A & B, at 936 Phillips Lane in Louisville
  • Old Forester’s Paristown Hall at 724 Brent Street in Louisville

Early voting in Indiana has been happening since Oct. 12. It runs until the day before Election Day, except for Sunday.

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Consider these voting information resources below:

Jefferson County Clerk’s Office: In-person Excused Absentee Voting

Jefferson County Clerk’s Office: Sample Ballots

Indiana Disability Rights: ‘How to vote early in Indiana’

Office of the Secretary of State: ‘Absentee Voting’

Office of the Secretary of State: ‘Indiana Voter’s Bill of Rights’