Election Day is tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know. | Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Election Day is tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know.

IMG_1714Tomorrow – Tuesday, November 5 – is Election Day in Kentucky.

This election will be close. If you’re eligible to vote, please make a plan to go to the polls between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Together, we can choose leaders who will show up with us and for us on issues that matter to Kentuckians, like health care, public education and voting rights.

To see what will be on your ballot, learn where candidates stand on issues, find your voting location, and much more, visit www.KentuckyElection.org

Please share this website and encourage your friends and family to vote tomorrow.

There’s still time to volunteer with your local KFTC chapter and you can find local events at www.kftc.org/events.

Some details:
- A driver's license is an acceptable form of voter ID, but there are many other ways to identify yourself at the polls. 
- If you’re in line by 6pm, they must keep the voting machines open to allow you to vote.
- If you need a ride to the polls, call KFTC at 606-878-2161 and we’ll connect you with a ride.

If you run into a problem at the polls, please report it aggressively:

- Attorney General’s Election Fraud Hotline: 800-328-VOTE
- Local County Clerk: https://elect.ky.gov/About-Us/Pages/County-Clerks.aspx
- Dave Newton, KFTC’s Democracy Organizer: Dave@kftc.org, 859-420-8919
- KY Board of Elections: 800-246-1399
- KY Secretary of State: 502-564-3490
- KDP’s Election Protection Hotline. 833-468-6835