The 2018 Kentucky gubernatorial election is just days away and we have all the information you need to make sure you are prepared for your state’s March 5, 2020 special election.
Read the full article to learn how to watch the 2018 election on ABC News.
Here are some of the key points to know before you go to the polls:You must be registered to vote in Kentucky to vote, even if you don’t live in Kentucky.
You must provide proof of residency when you register to vote.
You can also provide proof when you go by mail or in person.
You cannot register as a nonresident for up to 10 years.
You will have to get a new driver’s license and other documents to apply for your registration.
If you are not registered to cast a ballot in Kentucky, you can still vote by mail.
However, you must pay a $10 fee in order to do so.
If you pay the fee, you may not vote in any other state.
If a federal judge finds that a voting restriction has been violated, the court can order that you be blocked from voting.
If your polling place is closed, you have the option of voting by mail, in person, or in a provisional ballot.
You must also provide an affidavit or a letter from a licensed physician certifying that you are eligible for voting.
The deadline to register to cast ballots in Kentucky is March 5.