Election Statistics

Motor Voter Statistics 

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 The National Voter Registration Act of 1993, or "Motor Voter" as it is commonly called, was implemented nationwide in January 1995. The focus of this act was to make voter registration more accessible to the general public. Voter registration sites were established nationwide in driver's license offices, pubic assistance offices (K-TAP, Medicaid, & food SNAP), Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) programs, state-funded offices primarily serving those with disabilities, and armed forces recruitment offices. Along with these additional registration sites, citizens may continue to register to vote in all 120 county clerk's offices in Kentucky. In conjunction with the additional registration sites, a national voter registration form was created to allow citizens to use one form to register to vote in any of the 50 states. Additionally, the law allowed each state to designate other registration sites. Kentucky has chosen to designate high schools at this time.

Statistics by Year 

2014 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2013 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2012 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2011 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2010 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2009 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2008 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2007 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2006 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2005 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2004 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2003 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2002 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2001 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

2000 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

1999 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

1998 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

1997 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

1996 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

1995 Motor Voter Registration Statistics

 

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