If you’re not registered, or need to update your voter address, get down to your local County Clerk’s office or register online – http://www.govoteky.com
If you want to check your voter registration status just to be safe, visit the Voter Information Center – https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/vic/
Note that students who are away from home going to school have the right to either use a permanent home address or temporary local address as their voting address, but I encourage students to consider registering locally especially if home is far away (Election Day is a school day).
Note also that 17 year-olds can register to vote now if they will by 18 on or before November 6, 2018.
If you’d like to volunteer to register voters, please contact your local KFTC organizer to volunteer or to suggest an event to register voters.
If you’re outside of the area where a chapter is working, you can set up a voter registration drive of your own by
reaching out to KFTC for training and materials. Tom Herrick and Laura Lee Cundiff (pictured below) recently put together a voter registration drive in Versailles, KY, for example. If you’d like to volunteer to set up your own voter registration event, please reach out to Dave Newton, Democracy Organizer at 859-420-8919 or Dave@kftc.org.
Another way to get involved is to sign up for our Voter Engagement 101 Volunteer Training Online one week from today where you’ll learn how to register voters and why this is such a critical moment for voter empowerment work.
Reposted from http://kftc.org/blog/voter-registration-deadline-4-weeks-how-can-you-help