Qualified voters can vote by mail in the state of Kentucky by using a mail-in absentee ballot. In order to be eligible to vote by mail, you must be of advanced age, disabled, or ill, a member of the military, a dependent of a military member or a citizen living overseas, a student or other resident temporarily residing outside the county, a person who is incarcerated, but has not been convicted of a crime, or if your employment will require you to be out of town during all voting hours on Election Day. You and your spouse can also qualify for an absentee ballot if you have a medical emergency within fourteen (14) days of the election.
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