Absentee voting is underway for those voting in the May 22 primary in Kentucky.
Although Kentucky does not allow unexcused early voting, you can request an absentee ballot from your county clerk now.
For those who are disabled, will be out of town, or have planned medical procedures on May 22, absentee voting is the way to make sure everyone gets a chance to vote.
"We just want to make sure everybody understands that this democratic society that we live in operates at its best when all voices are heard, and we want to make sure everyone's voice is heard this presidential primary election," said Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.
Absentee ballot applications must be received seven days before the election.