You must complete a voter registration card in order to register to vote in the state of Kentucky. You can fill out and submit a voter registration card at your county clerk’s office, your driver’s license office if you are applying for or renewing your license, public offices such as K-TAP, Food Stamps, Medicaid, WIC, and state-funded offices serving people with disabilities, armed forces recruitment offices, and high schools, if you are a student or employee. You also can register to vote by completing and submitting the Kentucky Mail-In Voter Registration Card.
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