Are you registered to vote?

Let your voice be heard - register by October 7, 2019

There are three (3) options when registering to vote: In Person, Via Mail, or Online. 

Option 1: In Person
To register in person, you may visit your county clerk’s office to fill out and turn in your voter registration card. You can find the address to your county clerk’s office by clicking here. You may also download the registration card and take it to your county clerk’s office. It is important that you bring your government issued ID with you.

Option 2: Via Mail
You may either obtain a physical voter registration card from the county clerk’s office or download the card online. Once you have filled out the card, simply mail to your county clerk’s office or to the State Board of Elections.

Option 3: Online
Registering to vote is as simple as getting online via computer, tablet, or on your phone and visiting www.govoteky.com. Once there the guide will take you through the five (5) step process to register or update your information. 

17-Year-Old Voters
If your student or child is 17, Kentucky law allows for pre-registration at 17 provided that the voter will be 18 on or before election day. The voter is also eligible to vote in the primary.



Election Day November 5, 2019

Learn how to file an absentee ballot here