Voter registration information and forms are available through the following links:
If you are a currently enrolled student with a disability and require assistance with voter registration, please contact the Disability Resource Center at 502-852-6938502-852-6938 or visit the Disability Resource Center web page.
More Voting Information on the Web
Rock the Voteis the largest non-profit and non-partisan organization in the United States driving the youth vote to the polls.
National Voter Registration Day -- Held each year in September, volunteers, celebrities, and organizations will make a coordinated effort to promote voter registration opportunities.
National Asian Pacific Association Legal Association Consortiumresource pages: handbooks, fact sheets, and other resources on Section 203 of the voting Rights Act, using alternative languages in polling places, bilingual voting assistance, redistricting impact, exit polling, and other voting issues.
The Center for Civic Education - A nonprofit, nonpartisan educational corporation dedicated to fostering the development of informed, responsible participation in civic life by citizens committed to values and principles fundamental to American constitutional democracy.
The FEC provides the National Voter Registration Form in a .PDF file, also a list of states that will not accept this but require their own form.
Project Vote Smart- Picture this: at an extraordinary research facility high in the Rocky Mountains hundreds of idealists -- conservatives and liberals alike -- volunteering together, spending thousands of hours researching the backgrounds and records of over 12,000 candidates for public office.
Brennan Center for Justice - Legal Guide to Student Voting: Information is available by state on how to navigate complicated voting and registration laws.