Clerk gets numerous voter returns

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By Brad Bowman

By Brad Bowman



With the primary election less than two months away, the Henry County Clerk’s Office has a received a high volume of voter notification mail returns.

Henry County residents have 30 days prior to May 20 to correct the addresses on the voter registration records or risk not being able to vote in the primaries, or at the very least, having a difficult time casting their vote.

Residents who have moved, not changed their driver’s license address or have had their forwarding address with the postal service expire, account for approximately 250 returns to the Henry County Clerk’s Office.

The office has sent out redistricting cards to residents with different addresses resulting in large returns. Residents could be deleted out of the voter registration system after not voting for two federal elections.

For more information or to find out if your address needs to be updated: call (502) 845-5705.