Nov. 3, 2020 U.S. Senate

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Amy McGrath is a Fighter for Kentucky

It is time to send a senator to Washington who will put people over politics and work for you, not the special interests or big corporations. Mitch McConnell is a senator-for-sale who has spent 36 years creating the Washington swamp. It's time for a change.

Amy will fight for:
•    Affordable health care for every Kentuckian

•    Good-paying jobs

•    A fully-funded education system

•    Equal opportunity and equal justice
•    An end to corruption in Washington

Paid for by Amy McGrath for Senate    @AmyMcGrathKY
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It's Easier Than Ever to Vote in Kentucky

This year, it's more important than ever for every voice to be heard. There are three different ways to vote in the general election: by mail, early in-person and on Election Day.
Voting by Mail
  • To request your mail-in ballot, visit and click "Absentee Ballot Request," or call your county clerk's office.
  • All mail-in ballots must be requested by Oct. 9, postmarked by Nov. 3, and received by the clerk's office by Nov. 6.
  • Drop boxes will be available to return mail-in ballots.
Early In-Person Voting
  • You can vote early in person Oct. 13 - Nov. 2.
  • There will be at least one location in each county for early in-person voting.
  • The voting location will be open Monday- Friday and for at least four hours every Saturday.
Election Day Voting
  • Polls will be open on Election Day, Nov. 3, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Each county will have a "voting supercenter."
  • County election officials will determine where additional polling locations will be and may reduce the number of sites.
For more information visit