Gov. Andy Beshear has signed an order allowing Kentucky residents to vote by mail in the upcoming primary election.
The governor's office said Friday that state elections officials also are working on a plan for limited in-person voting and possible drive-thru voting. The primary is set for June 23. The governor's order allowing mail-in voting came a day after Secretary of State Michael Adams offered his recommendations on how to proceed with the primary in midst of a public health crisis. Beshear’s order outlines procedures to be in place for the primary.