How to Register to Vote in Kentucky

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The deadline for registering to vote in November in Kentucky is Tuesday, October 11. Thankfully, the state does have online registration, making it easy for potential voters in the commonwealth to register and have a say in the 2016 Presidential Election.

Here is how you can register to vote in Kentucky. Before registering you can click here to check on your registration status. Simply fill out the form, which also asks for the last four digits of your Social Security Number, and click “submit” to check your status.

Register to Vote Online

To register to vote in Kentucky online, click here to fill out the form. You will need your driver’s license or ID and your Social Security Number handy during the process.

The deadline to register to vote online is Tuesday, October 11 at 4 p.m. ET.

Register to Vote by Mail & In Person

To register to vote by mail, click here to fill out this form. You can either fill out the form on your computer or print it out to fill it out by hand. Your signature and Social Security number are required.

Once you have filled out the form, mail it to:

State Board of Elections
140 Walnut Street
Frankfort, KY 40601

You can also mail the form to your local county clerk’s office. To find your local county clerk’s office’s address, click here for an alphabetical listing of each county in Kentucky. The envelope must be postmarked by October 11.

To register to vote in person, simply go to your local county clerk’s office and fill out the form there. Then, hand in the form there. The deadline to register to vote in person is also October 11.