Four states are holding statewide general or primary elections in the first six months of 2019. Below are the elections on the ballot and voter registration deadlines in each state.
- Kentucky is holding primaries for governor and five other statewide executive offices on May 21.
- Voters must submit their registration application 28 days before the primary, which is April 23.
- New Jersey will hold elections in 2019 for all 80 seats in the state’s general assembly; primary elections are on June 4.
- The voter registration deadline is 21 days prior to the election, or May 14.
- Virginia is holding elections this year for all seats in both houses of the state legislature; the primary takes place on June 11.
- The deadline to register to vote is 22 days ahead of the election, or May 20.
- Wisconsin will hold spring elections for one seat on the state supreme court, as well as certain appeals and circuit court judges, on April 2.
- The deadline for registering online is March 13. Voter registration forms which are mailed must be postmarked by March 14. In-person registration must be completed by 5 p.m. on March 29. Voters can register on Election Day at their polling place.
More information about requirements for registering to vote in every state can be found here.