Kentucky voter registration


    • Victims of domestic violence will now receive Emergency Protection Orders (EPOs) more quickly in Jefferson County by using a new electronic process.


    • A November 23rd hearing date has been set for arguments on whether Indiana’s Secretary of State should remain in office. Charlie White is accused of illegally using his ex-wife’s address on a voter registration form when he declared his candidacy. He contends that was his primary residence at the time.


  • The Kentucky secretary of state is predicting low turnout for the general election, but state officials are still encouraging residents to register to vote before the deadline expires Tuesday. During the May primary, voter turnout was an abysmal 10 percent and many expect a similar result due to the wide margin in the governor’s race.

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Johnson Files Ethics Complaint Over Homeless Voters

by admin July 14, 2011

After denouncing the State Board of Elections for telling county clerks to approve voter registration cards that have “homeless” listed under the address, Republican Secretary of State candidate Bill Johnson has filed an ethics complaint Thursday against the panel and Secretary of State Elaine Walker. Last week, the Todd County businessman called on Walker to […]

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Republican, Independent Registrations Surge in Kentucky

by scrosby April 29, 2010

from Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh The sizable gap between registered Republicans and Democrats in Kentucky is narrowing, but voter registration numbers in general are down. When the May 18th primary rolls around, Kentucky will have two-point-eight million registered voters, down slightly from the record set during the 2008 presidential election. And Les Fugate of […]

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