Attorney General Daniel Cameron reminds Kentuckians of electoral fraud hotline
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WYMT) – As the 2021 special election approaches, Attorney General Daniel Cameron reminds Kentuckians that alleged violations of election law must be reported to the election hotline.
“Our office is committed to protecting the integrity of our elections by investigating and prosecuting criminal violations of election law, and the advice of Kentuckians is essential to these efforts,” said Attorney General Cameron.
The hotline is available all year round and records messages 24/7.
To enable early in-person voting, the hotline will be staffed and calls will be answered live from October 28-30 and November 2.
The hotline will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Special elections will be held for the 22nd Senate District of Kentucky, the 51st House District, and the 89th House District.
The hotline’s advice is forwarded to prosecutors for review, while complaints about allegations of electoral fraud are referred to the Criminal Investigations Department of the Attorney General.
Examples of electoral fraud include campaign violations, campaigning, corruption, electoral fraud, and poll disruption.
Questions or complaints about the number or location of polling stations in each county should be directed to the State Elections Council.
On polling day, the number of complaints received via the hotline can be viewed by clicking on here.
Anyone suspected of fraud is asked to report it by calling 1-800-328-VOTE.
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