You Can Register Online To Vote
Registering online is easy in Kentucky. Anyone who meets the following criteria is eligible to vote.
You may register to vote if you are:
- A native-born or naturalized U.S. citizen who is 18 years old by the date of the next General Election
- A resident of the state and county at least 28 days before the election
- A convicted felon whose civil rights have been legally restored
- Any citizen who has not been judged “mentally incompetent” in a court of law
- Any citizen who does not claim the right to vote outside Kentucky
If you meet the criteria above simply visit the State Board of Elections, or expand the accordion tab below to open the site. The campaign will NOT retain any information you enter into this form. Besides that, campaigns already have access to state voter information. You may also call the Jefferson County Clerk’s Election Office at 502-574-6100
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You Can Not Register To Vote Online
The wording is a little confusing so if we are asking if its possible to register so that you can vote online rather than in person at a polling location that is NOT possible. The United States does not currently have a method to vote online and security concerns likely will keep that far ahead of us. Here’s an article if you like on it from the Huffington Post.
If you were asking though if it was possible to register to vote while online and then you expected to head into a polling place on election day then certainly.