To make voting easier,
check out your ballot
before going in the booth so you know all of the races in your precinct.
The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. If you are in line at 6 p.m., you can cast your ballot.
Have your identification ready. All Kentucky voters must produce identification, which can include personal acquaintance of precinct officer, driver’s license, Social Security card, county-issued identification card approved in writing by the State Board of Elections, U.S. government-issued identification card, Kentucky government-issued identification card with picture, credit card or another form of ID with both a picture and signature.
What if you can’t make it the polls on Election Day?
County clerk’s offices
are now open for early in-person voting for those who need to vote absentee. Anyone who has not yet completed absentee voting paperwork can simply show up at your county clerk’s office during business hours before Nov. 6, sign a document affirming your absence on election day and then vote. In-person absentee voting does not apply if you have already submitted absentee paperwork by mail.
If you are considering voting straight ticket, don’t forget to cast your vote for the non-partisan elections at the bottom of the ballot, including your local school board races.