Do I need to take anything with me when I go to the polls?

You will need to show identification before voting. Kentucky law requires one of the following forms of identification:

  1. Driver's license
  2. Social security card
  3. Credit card
  4. Any identification card with both your picture and your signature
  5. Any U.S. government-issued identification card
  6. Any Kentucky state government-issued identification card with your picture
  7. Personal acquaintance with one of the election officers in your precinct

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1. If I have a driver's license am I automatically registered to vote?
2. Will I receive a voter registration ID card when I register to vote?
3. Do I need to take anything with me when I go to the polls?
4. I am a student. Do I vote here or in my home county?
5. How often do I need to re-register?
6. What should I do if I change my name?
7. Are seventeen year olds eligible to vote?
8. I previously had a felony conviction. Can I still register to vote?
9. What should I do if I move?
10. What hours are the polls open? Can I go to a precinct near my office instead of the one where I live?
11. Is voter registration proof of residency?