Tomorrow, Kentucky voters will go to the polls to determine who’ll be governor for the next four years. Five other constitutional offices are on the ballot as well. But the turnout is expected to be low. Roughly one in three registered voters will show up, in the low 30 percent range. Voting may be an inconvenience at times but being inconvenienced is a small price to pay considering the alternative that inaction and apathy leads to. Daily news from around the world brings reports of government corruption, human rights violations and suppression of religious and political freedom. Our freedom is a gift. And if we’re going to maintain our gift of freedom, we need to get out and vote. Prove the projections wrong and please plan to vote tomorrow. The polls are open from 6am-6pm.