2020 | Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 2020

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This is an important election year for Kentuckians. We will help elect a U.S. president, a U.S. senator and six members of the U.S. House of Representatives. In addition, all Kentucky House seats and half of the state senate seats are up for election, as is one Kentucky Supreme Court seat, a number of local judicial seats and many city council seats.

We believe our votes are key and can make a difference in the elections and issues we care about. We are dedicated to developing a democracy where everyone – regardless of income, race, sexuality, political position or gender – has an equal voice. Where leaders listen and respond to community needs.

This Voter Guide site is just one of many outreach tools Kentuckians For The Commonwealth uses to further develop active and informed participation in our elections in an effort to build a Healthy Democracy in Kentucky – one where ordinary Kentuckians have a say in and benefit from decisions affecting our lives.

Working together, we are building the Kentucky we envision. Right now we have an opportunity to grow a healthy democracy – starting with making informed choices when we go to the polls.

Kentucky's Primary Election Day is
Tuesday, June 23

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
If you are standing in line at 6 p.m. you must be allowed to vote. 

With the public health crisis some particulars around the way we vote could change. We will post the latest information here as we learn about it.

Volunteer with us!

Click the link above if you would like to work with us to register, educate, and turn out progressive voters in Kentucky.

Pledge to be a Racial Justice voter!

Prioritize showing up for racial justice at the polls. 

Register to vote in 2020!

May 26 is the last date to register to vote in the June 23 primary election. The voter records will re-open for new registrations beginning June 29 (first Monday following election). You can register if you will be 18 years old by Election Day (November 3, 2020), are a U.S. citizen and live in Kentucky. Students going to school away from home have the right to use a permanent home or temporary student housing as their voting address.

Register (or update your registration) at your local county clerk's office or online at:

Find out if you're one of the 152,000 Kentuckians Governor Andy Beshear restored the right to vote to: