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“The most deadly poison of our time is indifference.”

St. Maximilian Kolbe

It's time to
wake up, Kentucky!

We have been blindly voting

for far too long.

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The practice of walking into the voting booth, uneducated about who's running, and simply trusting the "R" next to someone's name has gotten us here...

We are surrounded by frauds and career politicians who have formed a corrupt network that fight to keep regular citizens fooled so they can retain power, money, and control over our lives and our communities.

​ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

Regular citizens are stepping up big in 2022 to unseat the career politicians and we need to vote for them IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION (happening in May, see details below) in order to guarantee victory in the General Election in November.

It's time to take back our cities, our counties, and our state.

Apathy is not an option.

 

Please share this website with as many Kentuckians as possible.

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DID YOU KNOW?

ELECTIONS ARE WON AND LOST

IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION!

We have to get out and vote in the Primary Election so the bad actors and career politicians don't make it to the General Election.

Primary Election Day: May 17, 2022 ​

Last day to register to vote in the Primary Election: April 18, 2022

 

Kentucky's Voter Information Portal: govoteky.com

 

HOW & WHERE TO VOTE

Primary Election Day: May 17, 2022
Last day to register to vote in the Primary Election: April 18, 2022

BY MAIL - ABSENTEE BALLOT
(excuse required)

Mail-in, absentee ballots can be requested at govoteky.gov from April 2 through May 3

EARLY IN-PERSON
(no excuse required)

Available on May 12, May 13, and May 14 from 7:30AM - 4:00PM at assigned voting locations only

To find your voting location, you must first know your precinct code/name which can be found by clicking here

 

Contact your county clerk to find your assigned early voting location (note: the list of voting locations that allow early voting is DIFFERENT and much FEWER than on election day)

  • For Kenton County early voting locations, click here

ELECTION DAY IN-PERSON
(this is the preferred method; in-person on a single day is what our founding fathers established to ensure integrity in elections and unity among citizens)

Tuesday, May 17

To find your voting location, you must first know your precinct code/name which can be found by clicking here 

Contact your county clerk to find your voting location (note: some assigned voting locations have changed so please double-check before you drive to the poll)

  • For Kenton County election day voting locations, click here

HOW DO I PREPARE FOR MY VISIT TO THE POLL?

Remember: elections are won and lost in the Primary Election.

We have to get as many like-minds to vote in May 2022 because that's what determines which candidate makes it to November's General Election to run against the Democrat candidate.

Before reading the 5 steps for preparing to vote, please review the GOLDEN RULES OF VOTING...
 

GOLDEN RULE OF VOTING #1:

If you don't know anything about the candidate(s) running for a particular office, DO NOT VOTE FOR HIM/HER - leave it blank

GOLDEN RULE OF VOTING #2:

If you don't know what an amendment or ordinance or law on the ballot really means, DO NOT VOTE ON IT - leave it blank. Bureaucrats are known for using intentionally confusing and warm & fuzzy language to trick voters - don't fall for it!

01

Confirm your voter registration information here
(take a screenshot or write it down - you'll need the info for steps 2, 3, 4)

02

Research all candidates before voting; some candidates are listed here (there are numerous files, organized by level, office, and county)

03

Jot down the candidate names you want to vote for & bring them with you to the poll

04

Determine how & where to vote in May by clicking here

05

Share this website with all like-minded friends & family

Visit your county clerk's website for more information

 

Have a candidate to add? Fill out the form below and include his/her bio.

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