National, state and local elections will be held Nov. 2. The Kentucky deadline to register to vote or change addresses on a registration is Monday. Applications for a paper ballot to be sent in the mail must be filled out and returned to county clerks' offices by Oct. 26.
Absentee voting on the machine can be done at county clerks offices until Nov. 1 at the close of business for that office. Check with local county clerks for their business hours.
Kentucky residents can vote absentee on a voting machine if they are:
* Planning to be out of the county on election day.
* A pregnant woman in her third trimester.
* Members or employees of the county board of elections, deputy clerk, alternate precinct officer or appointed to a precinct other than the one in which they are registered.
* Members of the armed forces who will be confined to base within the county on election day, and learns of that confinement within seven days or less of the election.