Registered Kentucky voters must show ID at the polls to vote.
If you are a registered voter but do not present an acceptable ID at the polling place, your identity can be confirmed by personal acquaintance with an election official who signs an affirmation.
Otherwise, if you are unable to provide proof of ID, you may cast a provisional ballot for federal elected offices only.
To do so, you must conform to federal law for first-time voters (check the rules here) and sign a written affirmation in front of an election official. This affirmation should state that you are a registered voter and eligible to vote in the election.
Get in touch with VoteRiders if you have questions or need free help securing ID.