2016 Election Guide for Kentucky, Indiana

KENTUCKY

VOTE EARLY: Oct. 21 THROUGH Nov. 7

You must meet one of the following qualifications:

  • You’ll be out of your county on Election Day, Nov 8
  • You’re military personnel, their dependent, or a citizen who is overseas
  • You’re military personnel who will be confined to base on Election Day and you learned of that confinement on or after Nov 1
  • You’re a student who temporarily lives outside of your home county
  • You’re a voter or the spouse of a voter who has a scheduled surgery that will require hospitalization on Election Day
  • You’re a pregnant woman in your third trimester
  • You’re a precinct election officer appointed to serve in a precinct other than your own
  • You’re an alternate precinct officer
  • You’re a County Board of Elections member
  • You’re a County Board of Elections staffer
  • You’re a deputy county clerk
  • You’re a State Board of Elections staffer

 

Forms of Identification accepted:

  • Driver’s license
  • Social Security card
  • ID issued by the US government
  • ID issued by the Kentucky government with your picture and signature
  • Any ID with your picture and signature

Kentucky State Board of Elections: http://elect.ky.gov/Pages/default.aspx

Polling locations: vrsws.sos.ky.gov/VIC

Voter rights & responsibilities: elect.ky.gov/voterinfo/Pages/voterrightsandresponsibility.aspx

County Elections Centers:

Jefferson

Oldham

Henry

Shelby

Meade

Spencer

Nelson

Breckinridge

Hardin

Marion

Hart

Green

Adair

Taylor

Owen

Franklin

Anderson

Mercer

Woodford

 

INDIANA

VOTE EARLY: OCT. 12 THROUGH NOV. 7

All registered voters can vote absentee in person before Election Day

 

ELECTION DAY

Polls are open 6 AM–6 PM local time. If you’re in line at your polling place by 6 PM, you’re allowed to vote.

Bring an accepted form of ID

ID requirements

Be sure to bring an ID that meets these 4 requirements:

  • Displays your photo
  • Displays your name
  • Has an expiration date that shows the ID hasn’t expired or expired after Nov 4, 2014
  • Military ID is not required to have an expiration date
  • Is issued by Indiana or the US government

Examples of IDs that meet this criteria are:

  • Indiana driver’s license
  • Indiana photo ID card
  • Military ID
  • US passport

Indiana Statewide Voter Registration

Indiana Election Division - Secretary of State

Indiana polling locations

 

 

 

 

 

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