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Voter Empowerment

Kentuckians with felonies cast first votes since Beshear restored voting rights

More than 140,000 Kentuckians with felonies had the opportunity to vote in Tuesday’s primary election for the first time since Gov. Andy Beshear restored their voting rights in December.

Juan Gomez was among them.

Signature Cures for Mail-in Ballots

Voting Rights Rally DayEven after the last polls are closed, there are a few things we can do to make sure every vote is counted in this primary election.

Some Kentuckians will hear from their County Clerks this week because their signature won't look quite look like the signature on file. They'll have the opportunity to "cure" their signatures leading up to June 30th. If they don't, their ballots won't count.

KFTC members show up in big ways for primary election

KFTC members stepped up in remarkable ways this spring to participate in a unique election and support a true, grassroots progressive candidate – while looking out for each other.

How a grassroots effort helped get West End voters to Louisville's only polling place

On primary Election Day, a grassroots effort spread across Louisville to get voters to Jefferson County's only polling site — the Exposition Center at the fairgrounds. 

Several local organizations partnered to offer directions, food and water and free rides to the election center. 

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