Early voting legislation, a high priority of Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, has won House approval. The measure, after substantial debate, passed Monday by a 20-vote margin. Frankfort Representative Derrick Graham supported the bill. “Across the country, they’ve been doing this," Graham said.
'And what they have seen is the voter participation has increased tremendously."
The bill would allow Kentuckians to cast ballots, without an excuse, at the county clerk’s office or other designated location at least 12 days before an election.