Judge Sean Delahanty‘s campaign site has collected tools and information from several sites and placed them in one place for your convenience. We link or embed pages from the Jefferson County Clerk, the Kentucky Secretary of State, maps, data and news articles.
The site directly links visitors to the state’s online registration form after providing eligibility requirements. Alternatively we include the telephone number you can call to ask about registering to vote in person.
We’ve embedded a database lookup that provides voters with their legislative districts as well as where they are assigned to vote.
We’ve included the list of offices from suburban city council to US representative. We plan to expand our information on each of the Metro Council candidate’s and link to their websites as well as automatically display their announcements if available. This collection includes judicial races for Circuit Court, Family Court and District Court.
The County Clerk’s office will provide specific sample ballots in October, but for the time being we have a generalized sample ballot with city-wide and Metro Council races included on it. This ballot doesn’t make judgements for you but lets you research the candidates on their own.
We encourage organizations that make endorsements to post their endorsements on their web sites or provide the campaign a complete list. Endorsements will then be posted here regardless of if Judge Sean Delahanty was endorsed.
Sean Delahanty knows elections can be confusing and laws or polling locations may change. We offer answers to an expansive FAQ selection and if your question is not already noted you can submit it to the campaign and we’ll try to answer it for you and possibly post it to the FAQs.
We will have poll questions on the guide pages where visitors can see the results of other visitors. As polling is released by other groups to the public we’ll post that polling in the guide.
If you’d like to know more about a precinct or district we’ve embedded a statistics tool into our site. This includes voter age and gender to the precinct level.
With over 600 voting precincts in Jefferson County we thought voters may want to see a map. In addition to precincts we have maps of Metro Council Districts and State Legislative Districts as well as neighborhoods.
The guide will not be “complete” until after the election, so check back often to see what new information has been added.