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Voter Rights & Responsibilities
As a Kentucky Voter, You have the Right to...
vote if you are a registered voter
ask questions on election procedures
review a sample ballot before voting
vote in privacy and free from coercion or intimidation
have non-discriminatory equal access to the election system for all voters, including elderly, disabled, minority, military and overseas citizens
vote if you are in line to vote by 6:00 p.m., prevailing time on Election Day
occupy the voting both up to two minutes if other voters are waiting in line
have your ballot count if it is cast legally and timely
vote in an accessible voting place
vote a provisional ballot if:
voter name does not appear on the precinct roster and whose registration status cannot be determined by the precinct officer
voter name does not appear on the precinct roster and who has been verified as ineligible to vote
voter does not have identification
voter is voting as result of Federal or State Court Order or any Order under state law in effect 10 days prior to Election Day which extend polling hours
voter has been challenged by all four precinct election officers
receive assistance in voting if you are blind, have a physical disability, or have an inability to read English (the person assisting you can be someone you choose or the two precinct election judges)
skip races if your ballot has multiple issues
you are not required to vote in every race and blank sections on your ballot will not affect any of the other votes you have cast
request and have an immediate hearing before the County Board of Elections on Election Day if your eligibility to vote is questioned. Any decision of the County Board of Elections may be immediately appealed to a Circuit Judge
As a Kentucky Voter, You have the Responsibility to...
register to vote at least 29 days before the election