Voting Precincts

2022 Voting Locations

 
Early Voting
will be available on:
Thursday, November 3rd
Friday, November 4th
Saturday, November 5th
at
Inter County RECC
(Community Room)
1009 Hustonville Road, Danville


Election Day, November 8th
Voters in Boyle County may vote at any of the following 6 locations
on Election Day, November 8th, 2022

First Christion Church
555 East Lexington Ave, Danville

Boyle County Fire Station
1500 Lebanon Road, Danville

Inter County RECC
(Community Room)
1009 Hustonville Road, Danville

Junction City First Baptist Church
3860 US-127 South, Junction City

Parksville Baptist Church
6610 Alum Springs Road, Parksville

Perryville Baptist Church
204 East 2nd Street, Perryville

Excused In-Person Absentee Voting
Contact the County Court Clerks Office
859-238-1113
for valid reasons, visit:
https://elect.ky.gov/Voters/Pages/Absentee-Excused-In-Person.aspx
 
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Get Involved in Your Precinct!

Volunteer to Work The Polls

Harold Green

Boyle County Board of Elections, Republican Representative

859-583-4970


Harold Green, as the Boyle County Board of Elections Republican Representative, is responsible to recruit and coordinate training and make the assignments of poll workers for primary, general and special elections in Boyle County, Kentucky.

If you are interested in serving as a poll worker, contact him directly.

What is a GOP Precinct Captain?

Precinct captains, co-captains and youth captains are volunteers within the local Republican Party.

These individuals are the legislative body and representatives on the precinct level. They represent and organize work done for and by individuals inside their precinct in the county. They are your first contact when you have concerns or questions about local politics.

How Are Captains Selected?

Usually, captains are elected at the county-wide mass meeting, which is held once every four years within a few weeks of the presidential election.

For any positions not filled by voting during the mass election, or vacated during the time between mass meetings, the executive committee is able to vote on individuals who are interested in serving.

If you are interested in becoming a captain for an available slot (check your precinct above for any openings), please contact us. It is a wonderful way to get involved locally to make a difference in your community.

How Do I Contact My Captains?

Your precinct captain, co-captain and youth captain are listed under your voting location in the table above. If you do not know them personally, contact us and we will help you determine the best way to reach them.