Poll Workers Needed In Todd County For Upcoming Elections


Todd Countians can vote in their communities again this year, thanks to 13 voting precincts scattered across the county.

That, however, may not continue to be the case if poll workers cannot be found for each precinct.

According to Todd County Clerk Cynthia O’Bryan, four poll workers are required at each precinct—two Republicans and two Democrats.

The Republican and Democratic parties are responsible for finding poll workers; however, O’Bryan says her office has been doing it for several years.

She urges former poll workers or those interested in becoming a poll worker to reach out to her soon, in advance of Kentucky’s May 21st primary election.

O’Bryan also wishes to remind voters that the window from absentee mail-in voting is April 6-May 7. Those wishing to request a mail-in ballot, check their voting status, or register to vote can do so at govote.ky.gov. April 22 is the last day to register to vote.

Early voting in the county will be May 16, 17, and 18th from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Todd County Courthouse.

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