Click here for the voters registration card instructions.
Click here for the Application for Restoration of Civil Rights.
Click here for the instructions on filling out the Application for Restoration of Voting Rights.
Volunteers Needed to conduct Voter Registration, Voter Education, and Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign for the 2012 General Election
The Louisville NAACP needs your support to conduct voter registration, voter education, and get-out-the-vote campaign for the 2012 General Election. We need volunteers to effectively conduct on-site registration at grocery stores, drug stores, schools, churches, festivals, parks, street corners, barber shops, beauty parlors, and door-to-door.
Voter registration ends October 9. We will conduct an intensive registration campaign the last two weeks is September and the first week in October. After October 9, we will go immediately into voter education and get-out-the-vote.
October 30 is the last day to apply for a mail-in absentee ballot.
In 2008, voters of color – particularly African-American voters – turned out in record numbers to cast a ballot. However, in the last year, more than 30 states, including Kentucky, introduced voter suppression laws that disproportionately impact African-American voters. Fortunately, the voter suppression legislation in Kentucky died in committee.
If we are to continue to make progress, African-Americans and other minorities must register and vote!
Officials to be elected in 2012 by Voters in Jefferson County
President & Vice President of the United States
State Senator (one half)
Judge of the Court of Appeals
City Council Members (one half)
School Board (3 seats)
If you can assist in our efforts to register voters, please call the NAACP office at 776-7608 and give us the dates and times you are available.