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Adams discusses changes to future elections in Kentucky

Kentucky Secretary of State Mike Adams, speaking at a meeting of the Providence-Webster County Chamber of Commerce, addressed changes to the Kentucky election process that will be in effect beginning in 2022. Matt Hughes/The Messenger

By Matt Hughes


Speaking before members of the Providence-Webster County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Kentucky Secretary of State Mike Adams discussed House Bill 574 and what its passage will mean for future elections in the commonwealth.

“One thing I like about our system is that we respect diversity,” Adams said. “Things are different in California than they are in Kentucky. They are different here than they are in Louisville or Lexington. Its important to have local control.”

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