If you have voted in Louisville elections in the recent past you likely are registered unless you received a notice and failed to respond to it. The state does from time to time purge voters from the registration rolls that are inactive or that may have moved out of state.
It’s also good to verify your voter registration before election day as precincts change and boundaries of districts get redrawn from time to time. With 640+ polling locations the place you are used to voting at may have changed.
Voter Guide Registration Lookup
The Voter Guide includes a lot of information about many of the races being decided November 6, 2018. This midterm election season may be all about who controls the Senate or the House but your local elections are arguably more likely to affect your daily life.
We recently added large icon badges that link to specific areas of the voter guide. Your Info is the badge that links you to the page where you can look up your voter registration and answer that question… am I registered to vote?
You can click the icon in this post to go straight to the voter registration page where you can search the state’s voter rolls. In addition to confirming your eligibility to vote this election you will also find a list of districts that you live in as well as where you should vote on election day. The voter’s guide also includes maps of precincts and many districts.
After you have looked up your information check out our page on building a sample ballot.