LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – May 17 is election day for the 2022 primary elections in Kentucky. Voters in central Kentucky will be determining who will be representing their party in several local races during the general election on Nov. 8, 2022.

Who’s on the ballot?

Find your sample ballot for the Fayette County primary election by providing your social security number and date of birth to the county clerk’s office online tool:

When to vote?

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Where to vote?

To find your polling location, the Fayette County Clerk’s Office also has a tool to look up your polling location based on your address.

What to bring?

You will need to confirm your identity by providing a document issued by:

  • The state of Kentucky that contains both the voter’s name and photograph
  • The U.S. Government that contains both the voter’s name and photograph
  • The U.S. Department of Defense, a branch of the uniformed services, the Merchant Marines, or the Kentucky National Guard that contains both the voter’s name and photograph
  • A public or private college, university, or postgraduate technical or professional school located within the United States that contains both the voter’s name and photograph
  • Any city government, county government, urban-county government, charter county government, consolidated local government, or unified local government, located in Kentucky that contains both the voter’s name and photograph

Those who don’t have one of the documents above may confirm their identity by doing one of the following:

  • Complete an affidavit and present their Social Security Card
  • Complete an affidavit and present a State Board of Election approved county ID card with the voter’s name (Fayette County does not issue these)
  • Complete an affidavit and present any ID card that contains both the voter’s photograph and name
  • Complete an affidavit and present a food stamp ID card, electronic benefit transfer card, or supplemental nutrition assistance card issued by Kentucky that shows the voter’s name
  • Complete an affidavit and present a credit or debit card in the voter’s name

What’s the forecast?

A cooler start is expected for Election Day but dry skies and sunshine win out. The Weather Authority team said despite the cooler start to the day, highs are warmer but pleasant with temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s. Clouds increase late day but offer no rain chances. Those clouds are ahead of our next system that brings rain and storms back to the forecast starting early Wednesday, according to Chief Meteorologist Chris Johnson.