Deadline to register, update and/or check your registration is:
4 PM on Monday, October 5, 2020.
If a person will be 18 years of age ON or before the General Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 3), he/she must register now to be able to vote in this election.
List of candidates for Federal and Statewide races:
Sample ballots will be available about four weeks prior to the election from your County Clerk’s office.
In Louisville: http://jeffersoncountyclerk.org/wheredoivote/
Vote by one of three ways:
1) In-person before Election Day; locations to be determined.
Tuesday, Oct. 13 – Monday, Nov. 2
During regular business hours, and at least four hours on Saturdays, Oct. 17, 24 and 31. Voters who feel safe voting in person are encouraged to do so before November 3, to ensure that appropriate social distancing can be maintained.
2) In-person on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3. Polls open at 6 AM and close at 6 PM. If you are in line at 6 PM, you are allowed to vote.
3 By absentee ballot; to be returned by mail or ballot drop boxes, locations to be finalized.
Mailed in Absentee Ballots
Anyone can request an absentee ballot for this election. Apply at: GoVoteKY.com
The deadline to apply online for an Absentee ballot is Friday, October 9, 2020 no later than 11:59 p.m. EDT.
The actual ballot is mailed to the voter. NOTE the ballot has specific requirements of where to sign, fold, etc. Read VERY carefully. Statewide, over 15,000 absentee ballots were rejected because of error; in Louisville, 8381 ballots were rejected, most because of no voter signature.
For more information:
Jefferson County Election Center
Tel: 502.574.6100 Fax: 502.574.5014 Elections@JeffersonCountyClerk.org
Kentucky Board of Elections
Tel: 502-573-7100 Fax: 502-573-4369 http://elect.ky.gov/
If you believe that your right to vote has been violated, contact any of the following:
Jefferson County Board of Elections (502) 574.6100
State Board of Elections (502) 573-7100
Attorney General’s Election Fraud Hotline (800) 328-8683
Louisville Branch NAACP (502) 776-7608
THINK YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE WAS VIOLATED?
County Clerk/Board of Elections 502-574-6100
State Board of Elections 502-573-7100
Attorney General’s Election Fraud Hotline 800-328-8683
Louisville Branch NAACP 502-776-7608
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