Governor Andy Beshear
The deadline, extended until Tuesday, May 26, is quickly approaching. Register, or check your registration, to ensure you receive your voter postcard to vote absentee (by mail), if that's what you choose. You will see the choices if you click the link above, which takes you to KY's State Board of Elections website, which looks like the photo at left. For your safety, & those of other voters, we encourage you to vote by mail!
Vote in person, or by mail, in June! Franklin County voters, check with our Clerk's office (click the link) for the most up date information on the process & polling locations.
If you have questions, contact ASAP,
Franklin County Clerk Jeff Hancock (click the link to send him an email), 315 W Main St., Frankfort, Ph.: (502) 875-8702, or
Franklin County Deputy Clerk & Election Coordinator, Maygan Fryman, (click this link to send her an email), Ph.: (502)-875-8702
Covid-19 & Kentucky's Elections
Gov. Andy Beshear, along with national & state leaders, has been implementing Kentucky's reopening plan. Together Frankfort's activities will focus on the changes to Kentucky's election cycle & how to continue to ensure voter turnout.
In March Secretary of State Michael G. Adams formally recommended to Gov. Beshear that the elections scheduled for May be delayed to June 23, 2020. Gov. Beshear agreed. Emergency regulations outline a process to vote by mail, or in person.
Together Frankfort commends the bipartisan approach to ensuring the safety & health of Kentucky's citizens. Click here for the June 23 Primary Election plans, which includes both "vote by mail" & in-person voting.
If voters choose a political registration other than Republican or Democrat or changed political party registration after Dec. 31, the voter cannot vote in Republican or Democrat primaries. However, the voter may vote in nonpartisan city primaries, which are on the ballot for Frankfort's mayor and city commission races.
Secretary of State
Michael G. Adams