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Gary Johnson – Not a Pro-life Alternative

The results of the 2016 primary elections have been unsatisfying for many voters who feel neither major party candidate represents their values. Because of this, many are weighing their options. Some have even been misled to believe that Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is pro-life. This is simply not true. Gary Johnson is strongly in favor […]

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Importantance of 2016’s Elections by Alan Weldon

As I start to research the upcoming elections, I thought I’d start with this general article: “During each election cycle, we often hear that each election is the most critical one in our lifetime.  This may be true for the 2016 general election.  After all, the national debt is approaching $20 trillion.  If this rate […]

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This is why newspapers are dying

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Is Abortion in the Kansas Constitution?

The Kansas Constitution was adopted on October 4, 1859 (four years after abortion was made illegal.)  Its approval by the Congress was held up over concerns about balance between free and slave states being admitted to the Union.  When succession of the Southern states was no longer an issue, Kansas was admitted on January 29, […]

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Help Elect Pro-life Candidates

This is a very important election year! Please donate today to help insure funds are available to inform as many Kansas pro-life voters as possible which candidates are endorsed by the KFL PAC!

4th Congressional District Special Election


Kansans for Life PAC Endorses Ron Estes for 4th Congressional District US Congress.
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ID required for all voters

Alert! New Kansas Voting Laws as of January 1, 2012
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Voter Registration Information

To register to vote in KS for the first time, or to update your registration because of a marriage and/or move.
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Advance Voting

Contact your county election officer to request an application for an advance voting ballot. Complete the application and return it to your county election officer. You can have your ballot mailed to you starting 20 days before the election. You may vote in person in the county election office starting the Tuesday before election day, or up to 20 days before the election, depending on the county. All ballots must be received in the county election office by the close of polls on election day.
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