Judge Sean Delahanty and his campaign members want to remind Louisville voters that we offer a comprehensive voter guide that includes maps, candidates, races, election polling and statistics. To take advantage of our best tools we encourage you to check out two places on our site.
We’re posting one of our FAQs below that walks voters step by step through the online voter registration process. To see more useful voter information check out our full Louisville Election FAQs.
Registering to vote is extremely easy and you can do it in likely less time than it will take to finish reading this in depth answer.
First click this link Online Voter Registration where you will click Next.
Select if you are registering yourself. “I am registering as an individual.” Click OK
You will then need to check each box on the page basically saying you are citizen who isn’t mentally incompetent, not a felon, 18 yrs old and not voting somewhere else.
Enter your social security number and date of birth. Click Next
If the system recognizes you your name, phone and email will populate, if it is correct press Next. If it is not correct, correct it. If it is blank, fill it in and click Next.
Select your party affiliation and click next.
Enter your address and click Next, if it is already entered then click Next.
The final screen will provide you a chance to Review your registration. After you have verified it is correct choose a signature method. You can “Use my KY Driver’s License” or “I will sign digitally.”
Signing digitally is quick and easy. Just use your mouse to “sign” your name and then click Next.
You’ll then be shown a form that you can print for your records, but it is not an official document. After a couple weeks you’ll receive confirmation from your county clerk that you’re registered.
Applications must be submitted by:
Primary Election: April 23, 2018
General Election: October 9, 2018
You must be registered by October 9, 2018 to participate in the November 6, 2018 General Election. Those wanting to register may do so online or in person at the County Clerk’s office or at a Driver License (DMV) office. Unlike typical races Judicial Races are nonpartisan. Kentucky allows you to vote “straight party ticket” or for every candidate of a specific party with one box. If you do vote straight party you still need to vote in the NONPARTISAN Judicial races.
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