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Absentee Ballots

Absentee Voter Information
What if I am unable to get to the polls on election day?
You may request the absentee ballot application from your county clerk's office in person, by mail, by phone or by fax. The deadline for applying for a mail-in absentee ballot is seven days before an election.

You may request a mail-in absentee ballot if you meet one of these requirements:
    1. You are advanced in age, disabled, ill or have a medical emergency;
    2. You are a member of the Armed Forces or the dependent of a member of the Armed Forces;
    3. You are military personnel confined to a military base on election day;
    4. You temporarily reside overseas but are still eligible to vote in Kentucky;
    5. You are a student attending school outside the county of your voter registration;
    6. You temporarily reside outside the state but are still eligible to vote in Kentucky;
    7. You are incarcerated in jail and have been charged but not convicted of a felony;
    8. Your employment takes you out of the county on election day, and all hours and days that absentee voting is being conducted in the county clerk's office.
You may vote an absentee ballot on a voting machine in the county clerk's office for at least 12 days before the election if you meet one of the following conditions:
    1. You will be out of the county on election day;
    2. You are a member of the Armed Forces, the dependent of a member of the Armed Forces, or a citizen residing overseas who will be absent from the country on election day;
    3. You are a student attending school outside the county of your voter registration who will be absent from the county on election day;
    4. You, or your spouse, have surgery scheduled that will require hospitalization on election day;
    5. You are a pregnant woman in your third trimester;
    6. You are a member or an employee of the County Board of Elections, deputy clerk, an alternate precinct election officer or appointed to a precinct other than that in which you are registered;
    7. You are a member of the Armed Forces who will be confined to base within the county on election day and learn of that confinement within 7 days or less of the election;
If you have a medical emergency, you or your spouse may apply for a medical emergency absentee ballot within 14 days or less of an election.

For answers to the following questions, please visit the Secretary of State website:
    • What are the qualifications to be a precinct officer?
    • What are candidate qualifications?
    • How can I receive voter registration data forms?
    • Can I print a voter registration card?
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