Guide to Kentucky’s six statewide races. Early voting starts Thursday.
A voter in the May 16 primary leaves a polling location at Scott County Public Library in Georgetown. (Kentucky Lantern photo by Abbey Cutrer)
Kentucky voters are not electing just a governor this fall.
Five other constitutional offices are on the “down ballot” — and only one of them, secretary of state, has an incumbent.
No-excuse early voting starts Thursday, Nov. 2, and will last through Saturday. Voters can find information, such as address and hours, for their local early voting locations on the State Board of Elections’ website.
The election is Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Here’s a compilation of Lantern reporting on the candidates and the races.
- Andy Beshear and Daniel Cameron on the issues. By guides.vote
- Education, economy, environment and more. Where the candidates stand. By McKenna Horsley
Secretary of state
- Who’s more qualified to succeed Daniel Cameron? Meet the candidates. By McKenna Horsley
Auditor of public accounts
- Kentucky auditor is taxpayers’ watchdog: Meet the candidates. By Jack Brammer
Commissioner of agriculture
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