(606) 864-5158 [email protected]

ELECTIONS

INTERESTED IN SERVING AS AN ELECTION OFFICER?

The Elections department performs a variety of duties in relation to the election process.  Some of these duties include

  • Processing of voter registration applications
  • Maintaining voter registration records
  • Maintenance and Security of voting machines and Election equipment
  • Filing official for all local candidate filings
  • Conducting Absentee voting
  • Assist the Laurel County Election Commission in coordinating all Elections
  • Management and preservation of all Election related records for Laurel County

Brandon Kilburn
Election Supervisor

[email protected]

Important Election Links

Important Election Dates

OCTOBER 7, 2019

LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION.

OCTOBER 29, 2019

LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR A MAIL-IN ABSENTEE BALLOT.

(APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THIS DAY)

November 5, 2019

ELECTION DAY

Laurel County Election Commission

The Laurel County Election Commission consists of the county clerk, the sheriff, and two members appointed by the State Board of Elections.  Some of the duties of the board include:

  • Division of Laurel County into Election precincts
  • Establishment of voting places for precincts
  • Appointment and training of all Election Officers
  • Examination and approval of all voting machines prior to any Election in Laurel County
  • Tabulation of Absentee Ballots
  • Certification of all Laurel County Election results

Tony Brown

(Chairman/County Clerk)

Lorine Brock

(Republican Commissioner)

John Root

(Sheriff)

Bernice Chesnut

(Democratic Commissioner)

Election Officer Compensation

  • ELECTION DAY SERVICE: $140
  • ELECTION SCHOOL TRAINING: $40
  • PICK-UP SUPPLIES: $25
  • RETURN OF ELECTION SUPPLIES: $25

Election Results Archives

  • MAY2019.pdf
  • INTERESTED IN SERVING AS AN ELECTION OFFICER?

    Phone:  (606) 864-5158
    FAX:  (606) 864-7369
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