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Kentucky State Board of Elections allows voters to check their absentee ballot status online

Posted at 12:09 PM, Jun 23, 2020

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WPSD) — Kentuckians can now view the status of their absentee ballot online.

The Kentucky State Board of Elections has added a page to their website to see if an absentee ballot made it back to the county clerk's office.

Go to to check the status of your absentee ballot. All you need to do is list your first and last name and date of birth. To see your name come up, it's best to leave out your middle name, and depending on when you sent in your absentee ballot, it may take a day or two for your name to show up.

The website says the site will verify your voter record and if you have requested an absentee ballot. Additionally, the results may show multiple voters. If so, select yourself to see your record.

The website writes the following disclaimer:

"The information provided on this page was provided by you, the voter. If the information appears to be incorrect or there is an error, please visit to update your registration OR contact your County Clerk."