Online Voting in Kentucky

Online Voting: NOT YET X

Online Registration: NOT YET X

Registering to Vote in Virginia

Remember to complete your voter registration application at least 28 days before the election. Check your current registration status at Kentucky’s Voter Information Center.


To be eligible to vote in Kentucky, you must:

  • Be a US citizen
  • Have been a Kentucky resident for at least 28 days prior to the election
  • Be at least 18 years old on Election Day
  • Cannot claim voting rights outside of Kentucky
  • Cannot have been deemed mentally incompetent and had your voting rights revoked
  • Cannot have committed a felony, unless your civil rights were restored

Where and How to Register

In Kentucky you have the option of either registering to vote by mail or in person.

To vote by mail, you should download, print, and complete the Voter Registration Card.  You can also pick it up at your local county clerk’s office.

You can either mail your form or register in person at the following locations:

Remember to bring proof of identification when you head to the polling place on Election Day.

Make Sure Your Vote Counts

One of the best ways to make sure that your vote counts is by supporting Follow My Vote’s online voting platform.  This open source voting platform is designed around security, convenience, and most importantly, transparency.  Using the security of blockchain technology and elliptic curve cryptography, Follow My Vote  intends to ensure that democracy thrives through honest and verifiable elections worldwide.

Additional Resources

Voter’s Information Center

Voter Registration Card

Kentucky DMV – Voter Registration Information

Kentucky State Board of Elections


Please contact us if any of the information above needs updating!