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Louisville Election FAQs: Who Should You Vote For?

The election FAQs on this page will continue to grow as we expand Judge Delahanty’s site.  Check back often for updates.

If the election were held today, who would you vote for, for mayor of Metro Louisville?
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Voting Rights Restoration

In Kentucky, non-violent felons can apply for voting rights registration/record expungement 5 years after their probation or the end of their sentence.  Complete the Restoration of Civil Rights Application and return it to the Kentucky Department Of Corrections address at the bottom of the application.  It can take 12 weeks before the application is processed so completing it early is important.
You can read more about the process and challenges here in Kentucky provided by the Brennan Center.  It discusses the changes Gov. Beshear rook before leaving office and the changes Gov. Matt Bevin took to undo the reforms.
Voting is an important right, despite the current process you should complete the application.  Voting Rights will only be restored if you actively seek them.

Following an executive order on December 22, 2015 by the state’s governor, Kentucky’s felony disenfranchisement law is once again one of the harshest in the nation. Its constitution permanently bars all individuals with past felony convictions from voting, unless the governor restores the right to vote. – Brennan Center

Restoration of Civil Rights 3-2016

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Complete list of candidates for District Court Judges in Louisville.  Voters will pick one candidate per division.  Sean Delahanty is the District Court Judge in Division Six.  Division six candidates are in bold below.  Candidates who filed for District Court with the Secretary of State’s office were:

Louisville District Court Candidates
Annette Karem 1804 Aberdeen Drive
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/1st Nonpartisan
Amber B. Wolf 317 Winton Ave.
Louisville, KY 40206
District Judge 30th/2nd Nonpartisan
Tracy Davis 3701 Terrace Hills Drive, #203
Louisville, KY 40245
District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
Kristina Garvey 3713 Hillsboro Rd.
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
L. J. “Todd” Hollenbach IV. 317 Jarvis Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
Julie Kaelin 1404 Debarr Street
Louisville, KY 40204
District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
Jennifer H. Leibson 7607 Old Orchard Ct.
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/5th Nonpartisan
Sean R. Delahanty 1381 Tyler Park Drive
Louisville, KY 40204
District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
Lisa L. Langford 6601 Ken Carla Drive
Prospect, KY 40059
District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
Jennifer Bryant Wilcox 1104 Colonel Anderson Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/7th Nonpartisan
David Paul Bowles 3629 Kelly Way
Louisville, KY 40220
District Judge 30th/8th Nonpartisan
Daniel “Danny” Alvarez 2326 Stannye Drive
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
Tanisha Ann Hickerson 4618 Wooded Oak Circle
Louisville, KY 40245
District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
Sara Michael Nicholson 302 Coralberry Road
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/10th Nonpartisan
Jessica Ann Moore 3044 Bardstown Rd.
#109
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/11th Nonpartisan
Eric Haner 2047 Sherwood Ave.
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/12th Nonpartisan
Anne Delahanty 2863 Regan Road
Louisville, KY 40206
District Judge 30th/13th Nonpartisan
Stephanie Pearce Burke 212 Bellemeade Road
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/14th Nonpartisan
Anne Haynie P.O. Box 262
Prospect, KY 40059
District Judge 30th/15th Nonpartisan
Katie King 3400 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/16th Nonpartisan
Erica Lee Williams 11106 Rock Bend Way
Louisville, KY 40241
District Judge 30th/17th Nonpartisan

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Check Your Registration Status

Voters can check their registration status at the Kentucky Secretary of State’s site.


Check Your Registration Status

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You may register to vote if you are:

  • A native-born or naturalized U.S. citizen who is 18 years old by the date of the next General Election
  • A resident of the state and county at least 28 days before the election
  • A convicted felon whose civil rights have been legally restored
  • Any citizen who has not been judged “mentally incompetent” in a court of law
  • Any citizen who does not claim the right to vote outside Kentucky

A link to register online is below, or you may call the Election Center at (502) 574-6100 to request that a registration card be mailed to you.

Register To Vote Online

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Finding Your Polling Location

The Jefferson County Clerk’s Office handles polling locations and elections.  The link below will open in an additional window so you don’t lose your place on our site.  If you have issues reaching the site due to a popup window their address is http://www.jeffersoncountyclerk.org/WhereDoIVote/
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A quick note about their site.  For whatever reason the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office website does not use an SSL certificate which is the cornerstone of modern day secure web sites.  Because they do not have this basic layer of security we are unable to display their site on our page.  Our site uses SSL certificates meaning your data look up would be secure, since they do not you’ll likely see a notice when access their site that your information is not secure.  This is their site’s issue.

 

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The next general election in Louisville, KY will be held November 6, 2018.  Offices on the ballot are largely local municipal, judicial and state legislative seats.

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