To Complete Registration Renewals by Drop-Off: Place the renewal notice OR last year’s registration, current proof of insurance, and check or cash in an envelope and drop in the slot located on the motor vehicle entrance door. If needed, envelopes are provided on the...
Due to closing to the public, at this time please view alternate methods for Voter Registration & Absentee Voting:
Online- Register online at GOVOTEKY.com
Pick up/drop off- Voter registrations cards are available on the table located outside the entrance to the Motor Vehicle Dept. located on the 1st floor of the county clerk’s office. Your completed card may be dropped in the mail slot located on the Motor Vehicle Dept. entrance door.
Mail- If you would prefer to have a card mailed to you please call-in your request, and mail your completed card to: Scott County Clerk’s Office 101 E. Main St, Georgetown, KY 40324
**Deadline to register for the May 2020 Primary Election is April 20, 2020 at 4pm**
Mail-in Absentee Ballot request- call (502) 863-7875 and press 5 for the Voter Registration/Election Dept.
Qualifications to vote by mail-in absentee ballot:
Advanced in age, disabled, or ill
Military personnel, their Dependents, or Overseas Citizens
A student who temporarily resides outside the county
A voter who temporarily resides outside of Kentucky and who maintains eligibility to vote in Kentucky, such as a “snowbird”
Incarcerated, but not yet convicted of a crime
Prevented from voting in person at the polls on election day and from casting an in-person absentee ballot in the county clerk’s office on all days in-person absentee voting is conducted because of his or her employment location
For more information, please call (502) 863-7875 and press 5 for Voter Registration/Elections.
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What every Scott County Voter needs to know for Genera Election on November 3rd, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on how we conduct business, and the upcoming General Election is no exception. Please read below the details regarding modifications put in place by the Governor, Secretary of State, Kentucky State Board of Elections, Scott County Board of Elections, and the Scott County Clerk’s Office for mail-in (absentee), ‘early’ in-person, and Election Day voting.