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Registration Deadline Has Passed

The deadline to register to vote was October 9, 2018.

Navigating The Guide

The voter guide is easily navigated by using the slide out menu that appears on the left side of the page after you push the red button labeled “Election Guide Menu” which is located on every guide page.  We have also added icons below that will start your journey.

Information

Election FAQs
Election Frequently Asked Questions
Voter Registration Info
Lookup Your Voter Information
Voters Guide Sample Ballot
Build A Sample Ballot
US House
US House 3rd
Metro Mayor
Metro Mayor
Metro Council
Metro Council Districts
Judicial Races
District and Family Court
State Legislature
State House and Senate Races
County Races
Jefferson County Races
Neighborhoods And Districts Map
Neighborhoods And Districts Map
Precincts Map
Precincts Map

References

Polling
Polling
Precinct Statistics
Voter and Precinct Statistics
Crime Data
10 Years Of Crime Data
Sean Delahanty's Videos
Sean Delahanty’s Videos
Midterm Election
Midterm Election Prediction Sites
Campaign News
Campaign News

Guide Introduction

Welcome to the voter’s guide at seandelahanty.com.  The “complete” is kind of a teaser because the election is on going and will only be complete after the results are in.  We do have a section for displaying the results when that happens but before we get ahead of ourselves there is work to be done.

You should be congratulated on taking steps towards making informed decisions on these very impactful local elections.  Sean talks in a recent video about the importance of making informed decisions and we hope this guide helps you.

An individual can review their registration or register to vote here. You can look up what districts you live in and see those districts on a map. If you’d like to review the demographic statistical information of a precinct we’ve included a tool for that and will make additional resources available to you as they come available.

Our extensive FAQ section attempts to answer questions related to the election and offers you the ability to submit questions.  While the focus of this site is Judge Sean Delahanty the focus of this guide is you the voter.

This guide includes various maps, databases, links and external resources which are outside of our site’s control. We have made every attempt to ensure the accuracy of the information in this guide but can not guarantee all of the details here.  We have searched the web and collected information from dozens of sites and are only as good as our sources.

Information has been included from the Jefferson County Clerk Bobbie Holsclaw’s site.  We’ve also pulled information from Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes‘s site.  LOJIC is a collection of data repositories which have been an important help in creating this guide.

We have pulled RSS feeds from various campaign sites to create one aggregated news feed it is available at Vote Louisville.  Any campaign, including Sean Delahanty’s competitor Lisa Langford is welcome to post to that site.

Thank you for visiting and check back soon to see what we’ve added as this will not actually be complete until November 6, 2018.

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Guide Articles

Am I registered to vote

Am I registered To Vote? Check Our Voter Guide

Am I registered To Vote? Now that the voter registration deadline has passed we need to shift gears from getting others to register to finding out am I registered to vote? If you have voted in Louisville elections in the recent past you likely are registered unless you received a …
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School Board JCPS

School Board Races And The Future Of JCPS

School Board Races And The Future Of JCPS With the state’s looming take over of Jefferson County Public Schools at bay for now the School Board races may be worth reviewing more than usual.  How the embattled school system required more funds and voted to increase property taxes is worth …
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