The last day to register to vote in Kentucky’s 2016 Democratic presidential primary is next Monday, April 18.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will spar for the state’s 61 delegates and the biggest share of Kentucky’s 1.6 million registered Democrats on May 17.
Kentucky voters can now register or update their current registration online through the state’s election website or at county clerks’ offices. Where to vote in May’s primary can also be found online.
Voters can request absentee ballots for the primary by March 26 or 29, with dates depending on the county. A list of qualifying reasons for absentee ballots are available online, but ballots can be issued only by the county clerk.
Kentucky held a Republican caucus in April, and frontrunner Donald Trump picked up the majority of state’s 46 delegates. Clinton won the state’s Democratic primary in 2008.
The last day to register to vote in Kentucky for the general election is Oct. 10.