With elections just around the corner do you know all the facts about voting?
We want to remind you what's important when it comes to casting your ballot.
While you may already know who you want to vote for it's also important to know when and how to vote.
October 9th will be the last day you can register.
"They need to come down with their drivers license and fill out a registration card, that way they will be on the roster when its time to vote,"says Dot Owens, County Clerk.
You must have a license or picture ID.
"You must be 18 years old, a U.S citizen, not a felon, and must be mentally competent, and not registered in any other state,"says Alison Lundergan Grimes, Secretary of State.
While Kentucky does not practice early voting for those who can't make it to the polls there may be help.
"If you are out of town or have a scheduled surgery on election day you may come into our office and vote on our absentee machine and that does open Monday,"says Owens.
..And for the men and women in uniform...
"You can request your absentee ballot, we request that they go to fvap.Org, where they can register to vote. Their absentee ballot can be sent via u.S mail, faxed, or even emailed,"says Grimes.
One of Grimes priorities is allowing military voters to return executed ballots via e-mail by the next election.
"There on the move and we have to keep up with them, especially in terms of technology."
But for now Grimes says participation is key.
"Make sure you're registered and then we obviously want to push there after to translate that registration into participation."
To register you can go to sos.ky.gov.
And for out of town students remember, you must register in bowling green to vote here, and the deadline once again is October 9th.