KENTUCKY ELECTION LAWS.
the election, is a voter in said precinct and not elsewhere; but
the following persons are excepted and shall not have the
right to vote. (See Con., sec. 145.)
1. Persons convicted in any court of competent jurisdiction
of treason or felony or bribery in an election, or of such high
misdeameanor as the General Assembly may declare, shall
operate as an exclusion from the right of suffrage; but persons
hereby excluded may be restored to their civil rights by execu-
tive pardon. (Con., sec. 150.)
2. Persons who, at the time of the election, are in confine-
ment under the judgment of a court for some penal offense.
3. Idiots and insane persons. (See U. S. naturalization law,
1440. Soldier, seamen and marines-not deemed residents.
No person in the military, naval or marine service of the
United States shall be deemed a resident of this State by rea-
son of being stationed within the same nor shall any such
soldier, seaman or marine have the right to vote. (Con., sec.
1441. Municipal elections-payment of poll-tax. At all
municipal elections, where the charter of a municipality re-
quires the payment of a poll-tax as a prerequisite to vote, the
payment of said tax shall be a condition precedent to said
1442 Definition of "officers of election." "Officer of
election," as used in this chapter, means a judge, clerk or
sheriff, or person acting as sheriff at an election, also a mem-
ber of the board for canvassing the returns.
1443. Election precincts-number of voters in-redivis-
ion-change of voting place. The county court of each
county in this State shall, on or before the August term of
said courts, divide the justices' districts of each of said counties
into election precincts, and establish the name or number and
boundaries of same, and place of voting in each precinct.