General Election: November 3, 2020
The deadline to apply online for an Absentee ballot is October 9, 2020 no later than 11:59 p.m. EST.
Note: We have opened the Portal early so that you can pre-apply. The ballots are currently being printed and will be mailed when ready. Mailing will begin in mid to late September.
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Welcome to the Kenton County Clerk’s website — we are glad you’re here and look forward to assisting you. Here, you will find a number of online resources to assist you in finding necessary information, links to fellow governmental agencies, and forms to help expedite your requests. Of course, we look forward to hearing from you, so share your feedback and drop us a line, and as always, we stand ready to help you help make Kenton County a great place to live and work.
Gabrielle is a lifelong Kenton County resident who made history in 2010 when she was elected as the first female Kenton County Clerk. Since becoming Clerk, she has made it a priority to preserve the county’s history by digitizing its records. She is a member of the Legislative Committee for the Kentucky County Clerk’s Association and serves on the Task Force on Elections.
Gabrielle feels that community involvement and public service are crucial to making Kenton County a better place to live. She is a Board Member of the Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home and Welcome House Outreach. She is involved with Kids Voting and often speaks at area schools and community groups about elections and has volunteered for the Credit Abuse Resistance Education (C.A.R.E.) program.
Gabrielle believes the County Clerk’s office is the business office of the citizens and her work ethic means your tax dollars will be used wisely and efficiently in the administration of the office. She is committed to utilizing technology to save time and money.