FRANKFORT, Ky. (WBKO) - The 2018 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 6 and voter turnout appears to be in line with the last two mid-terms.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is predicting around 46 percent of Kentuckians will head to the polls this time around.
"Based on historical data and current absentee voting patterns, it appears the turnout in this year's election will be consistent with the last two midterm cycles," said Grimes. "It's not OK, though, for more than half of our voters not to participate, and there's still time to prove my prediction wrong. I'm calling on all Kentucky voters to make a plan to vote next Tuesday."
About 23 percent of Kentucky voters cast ballots in the May Primary Election.
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