In-person voting underway for General Election - photo

Signs outside the Graves County Clerk’s Office along the south side of the Graves County Courthouse note early in-person voting is currently underway by appointment during the work week with a walk-in opportunity without an appointment on Saturday mornings.

In-person voting ahead of the Nov. 3 General Election is currently underway at the Graves County Clerk’s office in the county courthouse.

The voting began Tuesday but is by appointment only between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Those who have not voted by mail-in ballots may call County Clerk Kim Gills’ office at 270-247-1676 to schedule an appointment to vote at the courthouse.

The office will also be open Saturdays, beginning Oct. 17 through Oct. 31, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for walk-ins to vote in-person with no appointment needed.

A special drop box is also provided at the courthouse for voters to deliver their ballots instead of mailing them.

The November election will feature the presidential race between Republican incumbent President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger, former Vice-President Joe Biden, as well as the Kentucky U.S. Senate race between Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Amy McGrath.

Also on the ballot will be contested local races for Mayfield City Council, Graves County School Board, along with Mayfield Independent School Board, Wingo City Commission, and Soil and Water Conservation officers.

For in-person voting on Election Day, Graves County will have three options for voters: Trace Creek Baptist Church’s Family Life Center, Graves County High School (which was the lone in-person voting precinct for the June Primary Election), and Sedalia Elementary School.