Volunteer for one of the political parties in Franklin County- both major parties have local offices. These folks can use help in organizing and carrying out their monthly meetings, maintaining data lists, handling phone calls, and helping organize special events. Volunteering locally gives you a chance to meet numerous candidates & their supporters.
Help register voters by providing information and/or training. Share the information below, about how to register, or contact the Franklin County Clerk's office, 502-875-8704 and ask a representative to conduct training for your organization. Officials can train you and others in your group to register citizens to vote.
In person, a voter registration card can be obtained and completed at:
For more info, contact: Maygan Fryman; ph: 502-875-8704; Email: email@example.com.
Kentucky citizens can also register online by clicking this link & following directions. If you prefer to print out the registration card, fill it out, and mail it in, you will need access to a printer.
Completed voter registration should be returned to the:
or the Franklin County Clerk, as noted above.
Thank you for your interest in civic engagement!
Frankfort'sSummer Concert series has become a cherished gathering for friends, neighbors, and families across the community. The organizers provide local nonprofits the opportunity to set up tables for distributing information and materials. Together Frankfort has conducted voter registration drives at the summer events, with lots of interest and registering!
Visions for Parcels B & C - Proposals
A pre-COVID evening at the Downtown Summer Concert event. Martin Luther King Jr Academy for Excellence teacher, Delvin Azofeifa, who also has participated in White House educational training for select history teachers, volunteered with Together Frankfort & FARA’s (Frankfort Anti Racism Alliance) Jesse Miller. Kentucky Correspondence Club organizer Eddie Fowler helped — especially with the heavy lifting!
Preparing research about the city voting patterns, about other candidates, about specific issues -
such as development of Parcels B & C in downtown Frankfort; encouraging economic development; Kentucky State University's ties with the community; public education and teachers; and on and on; brief your candidate with short summaries of local issues.
"Like" their Facebook (FB) page, follow & retweet their Twitter feed, share Instagram and YouTube postings; post an endorsement on the FB page, Twitter, or other methods;
"Share" FB pages & tag Twitter friends who might be interested;
Offer to photograph your candidate at community events for posting on your FB page and/or the candidate's page, Twitter feed, etc.;
Organize friends & supporters to tweet with the candidate's hashtag or event hashtag at every opportunity.
Aside from needing money $$$, most every candidate tells you
that the most valuable part of their campaign is volunteers.
Candidates need volunteers for literally every aspect of the campaign,
Promoting your candidate - buttons, banners, bumperstickers, etc.: