Make sure you're ready to vote in the special election for House District 67 on Tuesday, February 25, 2020! Go through the Election Day Checklist below and make sure you are prepared.
Most common questions are addressed below. Find even more information at GoVoteKY.com.
ELECTION DAY CHECKLIST:
- Know where you need to go to vote. Some voting locations have changed for this special election ONLY. View the list of changed locations from the Campbell County Clerk here. You may need to verify your regular voting location to see where you vote in the special election. Find your regular voting location here.
- Plan a time to vote (you are entitled to some time off work)
- Take an acceptable form of identification. Voter ID requirements have NOT changed since the last election.
- Know who is on the ballot and where the candidates stand on the issues
- Know your rights as a Kentucky voter here
- Call a friend and make sure they have an Election Day plan
- Find your county clerk's contact information here
WHAT FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION ARE ACCEPTED?
Voter ID requirements have NOT changed since the last election.
- Driver’s license
- Social Security card
- County-issued identification card approved in writing by the State Board of Elections
- U.S. government-issued identification card
- Kentucky state government-issued identification card with picture
- Credit card or another form of I.D. containing both picture and signature
- No I.D. is required if you are known by the precinct worker
WHEN CAN I VOTE?
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. All people in line to vote by 6 p.m. are allowed to vote.
NEED A RIDE?
Call the Northern Kentucky chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth for a free ride! Dial 859-380-6103 or click-to-call
CAN I TAKE TIME OFF WORK TO VOTE?
You are entitled to up to 4 consecutive hours of time off from work. You must request the time off at least one day in advance. Your employer may specify the hours you can take. Your employer is not allowed to penalize you for taking time to vote, but is not required to pay you for the time you take.
WHAT IF I CAN'T VOTE ON ELECTION DAY?
You may be eligible to vote before Election Day at your county clerk's office or complete an absentee ballot to complete and return by mail. Contact your local county clerk to request an absentee voting application. Absentee voting is free.
WHAT IF I SEE A PROBLEM ON ELECTION DAY?
If you believe you were denied the right to vote or witness any irregularities (i.e. eligible voters being turned away, inadequate number of voting machines, people campaigning for candidates at a polling place), please contact the following:
- Call your local county clerk
- State Board of Elections - Click-to-Call or dial 1-800-246-1399
- Attorney General's Election Fraud Hotline - Click-to-Call or dial 1-800-328-8683
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS ON ELECTION DAY:
View a list of voters' rights in Kentucky on the Secretary of State's website here.