Election day is just around the corner, and LINK wants everyone in Northern Kentucky to have a smooth and straightforward time doing their civic duty.
Find our complete coverage of all contested Northern Kentucky races here: LINK nky Northern Kentucky election guide.
If you’re wondering where you’re supposed to vote on Nov. 8, find your polling locations at vote.org; all you need to enter is your address. If you’ve moved and you’re not sure where you are registered, you can check out your registration at the Kentucky State Board of Elections website.
If you’re voting in person, polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Voters who vote in person will need an acceptable form of identification, such as a driver’s license, Real ID, social security card, military ID, or U.S. government ID card.
The voting process in Kentucky is safer than ever, according to Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams. If you’re concerned, confused or just interested in the vote counting process, read more here: Transparency in the voting process: How votes are cast and counted.
The past month at LINK has been a whirlwind of activity, preparing for the midterm elections on Nov. 8. But it always comes to a head on election night. Our job is to bring you the most comprehensive election night coverage we can, and that involves a lot of people, and a lot of resources. Learn about LINK’s election night coverage here: Inside LINK: How we’re covering the election.