Kentucky Voter Registration:
If you are not registered to vote in Kentucky then we urge
you to take a few minutes to complete the voter
registration form and then deliver to your County Clerk
so you can be a registered voter in Kentucky. Once
you become a registered voter then you will be eligible
to vote based on the guidelines set for by the
Kentucky State Board of Elections. You can
also download a
Voter Information Guide or visit the official site
Q: Who can register to vote?
A: To register you must:
- be a U.S. Citizen and a Kentucky resident for at
least 28 days
- be at least 18 years old by the date of the next
general election (if you will be 18 by the November
general election, you are eligible to vote in the
prior May primary election)
- not be a convicted felon or, if convicted of a
felony offense, you must have had your civil rights
restored. Contact your local parole office to obtain
an application for restoration of civil rights
- not have been judged "mentally incompetent" in a
court of law
- not claim the right to vote anywhere outside
If you meet the above
download a voter registration card
and follow the instructions below.
Please read the instructions
Or you can download the
Voter Registration Guide
Instructions for completing a voter registration card:
If the Voter Registration Card does not open in your
browser, you will need to download and install the
Adobe Reader in order to open and type in the document.
If you need assistance with this procedure call 606-679-6300.
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- Complete the form (typing): You are able to
type in the card. Move between fields by using your
mouse or TAB key. If you need assistance, please call
- Complete the form (printing): You can also
just print the card and use a pen. * Make sure you use
black or blue ink. NO PENCILS.
You can also print several cards and register your
friends to vote.
- Final Steps: print it, sign it.
NOTE: If your signature is marked with an "X", you
MUST have two witnesses sign your voter registration card.
- Mail to or hand deliver to your County Clerk.
Click here for a list of Kentucky County Court Clerks.
Regardless of the method used, please read
the following Kentucky Secretary of State guidelines.
- Print the voter registration card.
Complete the card with blue or black ink,
- Check Yes or No box to questions A and B. If you answer no in
response to either question, do not complete the voter
- Check the appropriate box that applies to your request.
Leave the sections blank under precinct code, precinct name,
town and other code. These sections are to be completed by
your county clerk.
- Please print your correct Social Security Number, Date of
Birth, Work Phone, Home Phone, Gender, Last Name, First Name
and Middle Name.
- Circle the correct suffix (if it applies to you).
- Please print the address where you live.
- Please print the address where you receive your mail, if it is
different from the address above.
- Check one of the political parties. If you check other, please
write the name of your chosen political party. If you choose
other, you are eligible to vote only for nonpartisan offices
in any primary election. You may, however, vote for any
candidate in all general and special elections.
Note: You may change your political party affiliation at any
time on or before December 31st to remain eligible to vote in
the following primary election.
- Read the voter declaration, sign and date. If your signature
is marked with an "X", you must have two witnesses sign your
voter registration card.
- Please submit the completed voter registration card to
your local county clerk. See the info below.
Upon receipt of your voter registration card, your county
clerk will send you an acknowledgement card verifying your
registration or informing you of a problem with your
registration. This card will provide you with the information
concerning your precinct location on election day.