- Residents may register to vote if they meet the following requirements. You must be a US citizen and a Kentucky resident for at least 28 days. You must be 18 years of age by the date of the next general election.
- You are eligible to register and vote in the May Primary election if you will be 18 before the general election but not eligible to vote in Special Elections.
- You can not be a convicted felon.
- You must not have been judged mentally incompetent in a court of law.
- You must not claim the right to vote anywhere outside of Kentucky.
- You may register to vote at the County Clerk’s Office. You may contact the County Clerk’s Office and have a card mailed to you also.
Note: You may change your political party affiliation at any time after the May Primary but before December 31st to remain eligible to vote in the following primary election.
Other places where cards or forms are available are:
- Circuit Clerk’s Office (Drivers Licensing) - When applying for or renewing driver’s license will generate cards or applications that update a voter’s registration.
- KTAP, Food Stamps, AWIC, Medicaid recipients through these agencies.
- Armed Forces Recruitment Offices, if you are prospective member of armed forces
- High School students may register at school
- Federal mail-in registration form
Voter registration or changes must be made no later than 28 days prior to each selection.