Answered By: Nicole Montgomery
Last Updated: May 17, 2018     Views: 293

Female holding a large red, white and blue button with the word "VOTE" on itYou can register to vote or update your current registration -- including changing your political party - online at

Under Kentucky law, to be qualified to vote in a partisan primary election in May 2018, a voter must have been a member of that party on Dec. 31 of 2017 or a new voter who has not changed their affiliation. Voters who change party affiliation after the Dec. 31 deadline are not eligible to vote in partisan races in the May 2018 Primary Election, but they may vote in nonpartisan races on the Primary ballot.

If you are a college student, you may register to vote in your home precinct or your college precinct (not both). If you  are unable to vote in your precinct on election day, you may apply for an absentee ballot with your county clerk. Kentucky County Clerks

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