Friday, June 27, 2014

Kentucky voter Address Confidentiality Program

"No eligible voter should be discouraged from voting out of fear for his or her safety, or the safety of his or her children. But because voter records are generally available to the public, many victims [of domestic violence] do not register to vote because they fear the perpetrators of the crimes against them would be able to determine their addresses, compromising their security."

Kentucky voter Address Confidentiality Program
"To become a participant, the eligible individual (or someone authorized on his or her behalf) must complete the ACP Application. Hard copies are available from the Secretary of State and county clerks' offices, as well as through authorized assistance agencies. Applications must be submitted to the Secretary of State's office.

"If you are certified, you will be allowed to vote via mail-in absentee ballot, and your name and address will not be included on any publicly available voter records.
Certification lasts for two years, unless it is cancelled or the participant withdraws before the expiration date. Certification can be renewed before the expiration date."

Tom Fox, J. D.
Southern Specialty Law Publishing Company
Louisville, Kentucky

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