Butler County General Election November 3rd
Sherry Johnson, County Clerk, and her staff have been working with the State Election Board to make the General Election available to voters.
There have been many concerns about votes being appropriately counted in these stressful times.
Are you registered, or do you need to register? Go to Elect.Ky.Gov. The last day to register is October 5th.
To request a ballot by mail, GoVoteKy.com, it must be postmarked on November 3rd or earlier; you can also put it in the Courthouse's dropbox.
Early voting in person, or if you want to vote in person on Election Day, check out the attached information sheet from the Clerk's Office.
If you choose to vote in Person on Election Day there is one polling place in each district, plus a drive-through voting option at the Butler County Road Department.
The voting machines will be sanitized after each voter; you will receive a pen with a stylus, use the stylus to sign in, and use it to mark your ballot. You can vote at any polling station and you get to keep the pen.
Butler County will have approximately forty election efficers in place on Election Day.
City of Morgantown, Rochester, and Woodbury will all have positions on the ballot, but you must live in their city limits to vote on them.
All write-in candidates must register at the Courthouse and pay a $50 fee by October 23rd.
There are four positions open for Soil Conservation Supervisor and School Board in the First, Second, and Fifth district ballot.
There are several ways to vote, do your research, and find the best way for you to vote.