Tomorrow is the big day when people across the country will finally get to vote and there are more people registered to cast ballots in Christian County today than there were four years ago.
Christian County Elections Coordinator Melinda Humphries says the increase in the voter roll is quite substantial.
Ms. Humphries says anyone who has questions about the voting procedure or who is unclear about where to go tomorrow needs only to call the clerk’s office.
There are 43,838 registered voters in Christian County—24,239 females and 19,599 males. 26,112 voters are registered as Democrats, 13,925 as Republicans and 3,801 as independent or some other party.
Christian County’s largest precinct is Oak Grove West, where 5,603 voters cast their ballot. Oak Grove East is second with just under 3-thousand voters. The two Walnut Street Center precincts are the most heavily Democrat and the Oak Grove precincts are the heaviest Republican—though a majority there are still registered Democrat.
Lafayette and Lakeview Baptist Church near Fairview are the only two precincts where males outnumber female voters on the roll. Polls will be open from 6am until 6pm tomorrow across Kentucky.
We’ll have live election coverage on all of our stations and websites beginning at 6pm tomorrow evening.