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We are the legacy of the dream. We are the change. We are the movement. Together, our work right now will further bend the arc that will transform our future.

Poverty can end. Racism can end. Let's turn the dream into demands, and let's organize to make them happen.

2022 General election Voting Information

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Early voting - Yes you can vote on Saturday! 
Thursday, November 3 - Saturday, November 5
  • In-person early voting is available at centralized locations in every county.
  • Check times and locations for your county here.
    (note that early voting is called "In-Person No-Excuse Absentee")
Election day voting
Tuesday, November 8 is Election Day.
Voting on Election Day is 6am-6pm at your precinct's polling location. 
You can search for polling locations here.
  • Or check with your County Clerk's office here
  • Fayette voters can find their polling location here.
  • Jefferson County voters can find polling locations here.

View your sample ballot

Be prepared on Election Day - print out a sample ballot and take it with you to the polling place. With many judges and two Constitutional Ballots this year, the ballot is long and can be confusing. So, check out your ballot before you vote!

  • Sample Ballots are here.
  • Fayette County voters can view a sample ballot here.
  • Jefferson County voters can find their sample ballot here.

voting Guides and Information

  • Our People Our Vote - here.
  • League of Women Voters - Kentucky - here.
  • Kentuckians for the Commonwealth - here.
  • C-FAIR (Fairness) Endorsements - here.
  • Jefferson County Judicial Endorsements from Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) - here.
  • ACLU of Kentucky Judicial Guide here.
  • WFPL Louisville Voter Guide - here.
  • Kentucky Public Radio Voter Guide - here.
  • Lexington Herald-Leader Elections Page - here.


We want to empower all Kentuckians to have their voices heard at the ballot box, at city hall, in your neighborhood and in Frankfort. Here are a few ways to have your voice amplified...

Voter Restoration for formerly incarcerated Kentuckians

Nearly 200,000 previously incarcerated Kentuckians have had their right to vote restored.

Find out if you or a loved one are on the list. 

Visit to see if your rights have automatically been restored. 

Or go to to learn more. 

What if I don't qualify for automatic restoration?

  • If your rights were not restored, you can petition the Governor for restoration of civil rights.
  • The application is free and can be found here.
  • The application takes up to 12 weeks to process.

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