Voter Information

Register to Vote

Registration forms can be found at your county election office, the secretary of state’s office or online at www.voteks.org

To qualify to vote you must be 18 years of age or older and be a U.S. citizen. A person must be registered 21 days before the election to be able to vote. 

 

The deadline to register for the 2014 August 5th Primary is July 15th, 2014.

 

You can register to vote online HERE

More information can be found at www.voteks.org

 

Voting Information

To find your polling place and more info about how to vote Click Here

 

Find Your Legislator

To Find your legislator Click Here

 

Advance Ballot Form

In Kansas, anyone can vote starting up to  20 days in advance, but you have to apply for the advance ballot, and you have to do it for each election (unless you are sick or disabled and have been granted permanent advance ballot status.) Those who apply will get a ballot mailed to their home. If you apply between now July 18, you should get your ballot by July 21. If you apply after that, they will mail it right away so that you can get it back in time, but deadlines apply. See our calendar for more details about dates.

 
30% of all Kansans vote in advance, more each election year.  Make sure everyone you know who could possibly be busy or out of town on election day, votes by advance ballot.  Note that you can also usually vote early in person,  but check with your county election board to be sure.

Find out more information about voting via Advanced ballot HERE

Click Here for the Kansas Advanced Ballot Application Form

Help Elect Pro-life Candidates

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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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