Voter Information

Voter Information

Your vote counts

We are committed to supporting our democracy by providing nonpartisan voting information, whether you choose to cast an early ballot or go to the polls on Election Day. This May, early voting is available to any registered voter May 16-18 at all six library locations. See below for more details.

Register to vote or check your registration

You can register to vote any time, but the deadline in order to cast your vote for the May 21, 2024, primary election is April 22 at 4 pm. 

Visit to register to vote or to double-check your registration. 

Four ways to vote

There are four ways to cast your vote for this election. Plan how you would like to vote now to make sure your voice is heard! 

Mail-in Absentee

To cast your vote with a mail-in absentee ballot, you must request your ballot by May 7 and meet a qualifying excuse. Request your mail-in ballot by visiting or calling (859) 255-8683. You can find a full list of qualifying excuses at

In-person Absentee

Cast an in-person absentee ballot at the Fayette County Clerk’s Office on May 8-10 or May 13-15. In-person absentee voting is reserved for voters who meet a qualifying excuse for absentee voting. 

Fayette County Clerk Office
162 E. Main St, Room 202

Early Voting

Early voting is available to any registered voter on May 16-18 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. 
Early voting locations:

Central Library (140 East Main Street)
Beaumont Branch Library (3080 Fieldstone Way)
Eastside Branch Library (3000 Blake James Drive)
Marksbury Family Branch Library (2197 Versailles Road)
Northside Branch Library (1733 Russell Cave Road)
Tates Creek Branch Library (3628 Walden Drive)

Directional signs will be located at each location. Don’t forget to bring your valid ID!

Election Day Voting

Cast your vote on Election Day (May 21, 2024) at your designated precinct from 6am – 6pm EST. You can find your polling place by reviewing your registration to find your precinct information and locating it here

Don’t forget to bring your valid ID!

Find a sample ballot

You can prepare to vote by finding your sample ballot at
Find a sample ballot
Find a sample ballot

Learn about the candidates

Elections are held to select the individuals who will make decisions for all of us, and it’s important to know what each candidate values.  We suggest researching the candidates before you complete your ballot.  Some non-partisan voter resources are linked below: