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Don't wait!

There are only days left for you to drop off your ballot, and vote early (in person or on Election Day) if you are able. Your voice matters!

How to Vote This Year

In 2020, here's what you need to know about how to vote in Kentucky:

  • Voters can request a ballot by mail or online
    • Drop boxes will be available to return your ballot as well
  • Find your polling location
  • Anyone can vote early for any reason

Important Dates

October 9

Deadline to request an absentee ballot.

October 13

Early voting begins.

November 3

Election Day!

Mail in ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received by November 6.


Make a plan to vote

Are you voting by mail or in person?

If you're voting by mail, have you applied for an absentee ballot?

Do you know who you're voting for?

If you're voting in person, do you know where your polling place is and how you are getting there?

When are you voting? Are you voting early or on Election Day?

Register to vote

Get an Absentee/Mail In Ballot

Check Your Registration Status


More Information


See all of the PPVNH endorsed candidates in Kentucky for the 2020 General Election.

Kentucky Secretary of State

Have questions? Get more information from the State Board of Elections.

Pledge to Vote

Pledge to vote this November so we can make sure our voices are heard and can take back our power.


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