If you want to know where to vote in the state of Kentucky, registered voters in Kentucky now can obtain information about their precinct location and legislative districts by using the State Board of Elections Voter Information Center.
In Lexington (Fayette County), click on the Fayette County Clerk‘s site and enter your street number to find your Lexington voting location.
Alcohol sales will not be allowed in Lexington from 6 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday, May 20, when polls are open.
In the 2013 legislative session the state passed a statute allowing local communities to decide whether they want to allow the sale of liquor on Election Day. To make the change the local governing body — in Lexington, the Urban County Council — must repeal the ordinance banning sales.
“It’s too late to make this change for the May 20 primary. Alcohol sales will not be allowed Tuesday when the polls are open,” said Susan Straub, city spokeswoman. “But the Council has time to change it before the November election.” The Council has put the issue into a committee to study it.
To vote in the 2014 primary, citizens must have been registered by April 21, 2014. To vote in the general election on November 4, citizens must register by October 6, 2014.
Lexington Fayette Urban County Council races are:
Chuck Ellinger II
Owen Sutton (withdrawn)
Thomas J. Hern
Jon Bush (withdrawn)
Council at Large
Kenner Pete Dyer
Richard P. Moloney
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