Archiv: Ben Self


24.06.2020 - 13:14 [ @BirkieGal / Twitter ]

Sure it’s fraud. No one, no one wanted McGrath!

24.06.2020 - 13:13 [ PeterCruise / Twitter ]

Sadly, I think the voting machines in Kentucky will keep spinning like Las Vegas slot machines until they produce the desired establishment result.

24.06.2020 - 12:12 [ Kentucky Democrats / Twitter ]

Statement from our chair, Ben Self, on the 2020 primary election:

24.06.2020 - 09:44 [ courier-journal.com ]

Voters chant and beat on doors for entry to Kentucky Expo Center during primary

Voters chanted and beat on the doors for entry to Kentucky Expo Center after being locked out. A judge’s order allowed those on the pavement at 6pm to allowed to vote.

24.06.2020 - 09:33 [ Governor Andy Beshear / Twitter ]

Today is the primary election. For the first time ever we’ve allowed mail in voting & no excuse early voting. In addition, 175,053 ex-offenders have had their voting rights restored. There is no excuse. Make your voice heard and cast your #vote today.

(yesterday)

24.06.2020 - 09:31 [ Matt Cohen / Twitter ]

Just ran the numbers… In Jefferson County, Kentucky, there will be 350 voting machines tomorrow for 616,516 registered voters. If polls are open from 7am to 9pm, in order for every voter to cast a ballot, each voter will have .4769 minutes to vote. Or roughly 28 seconds.

24.06.2020 - 09:24 [ msn.com ]

Kentucky Expo Center to be Jefferson County’s only primary election site

(14.05.2020)

Officials with the County Clerk’s office say, considering constraints because of COVID-19, and the fact that the county has 2,000 different types of ballots, the Fair and Expo Center was the obvious choice for the only polling location Jefferson county voters will have on Primary Day.

Nore Ghibaudy with the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office said that they’re still finalizing how to lay out the landmark and the National Guard will be asked to help.

24.06.2020 - 09:07 [ New York Times ]

Lots of Drama but Little Certainty in Kentucky and New York Primaries

Voters in Kentucky and New York were selecting nominees in extraordinary circumstances on Tuesday, as fears about the coronavirus reduced the number of polling places and led to a surge in absentee balloting that was almost certain to delay the results, possibly for days.