DAVIESS CO., Ky (WFIE) - As Election Day draws closer, preparations continue across the Tri-State.
Officials in Daviess County say they started setting up at Owensboro Christian Church early Wednesday.
We are told that process will take a bit longer this year, as everything has to be socially distanced.
Officials say what usually takes a few days will take over a week this year.
“We can only get into certain places on certain days because those are still being used for business or churches,” said Leslie McCarty, county clerk. “They still have activities, so it’s quite a feat to pull this off.”
Officials also said that voters will need to have their driver’s license on hand whenever they head to go vote.
If anybody has questions about their voter status, please call the Daviess County Clerk’s Office.