Voter registration cards can be obtained online at www.vote.ky.gov/register and are also available by clicking on the link below. The mailing address for returning the registration card to your County Clerk can be found at this link: county clerks.
All minors who are 17 years old now but who will be 18 years old on or before Election Day are also eligible to register and entitled to vote in the upcoming election.
If you have moved recently, you need to update your voter registration so that you are allowed to vote on Election Day. In particular, if you have moved from one county to another prior to the voter registration books closing and do not update your voter registration, you will not be allowed to vote in the general election.
If you are unsure whether you have registered to vote or uncertain as to where you will vote, you can find all of that information online through the Voter Information Center (VIC). The VIC will tell voters where they are registered to vote, the location of their polling site, and their political affiliation. It also provides links to elected representatives and driving directions from the voter’s home to his or her polling location. The Voter Information Center can be accessed at www.vote.ky.gov/vic.
To obtain a list of county clerks and other voter registration sites in your area, contact the Kentucky State Board of Elections at (502) 573-7100 or via the web at www.elect.ky.gov.
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