YOUR GUIDE TO THE 2020 ELECTION IN KANSAS
Voting is the best way to ensure your voice is heard and your community is represented in your government.
√ REGISTER TO VOTE
Go to ksvotes.org and make sure you’re registered to vote on their easy online form.
√ SIGN UP TO VOTE BY MAIL
You can now request both your primary and general ballot at the same time by filling out a simple online form at ksvotes.org. Then just sit back until your ballots arrive, one in late July and the other in late October.
√ KNOW WHO IS RUNNING!
Go to ksballot.org to see who is on your ballot, research them, find your polling location, make a voting plan, and get reminders to vote.
AUGUST 4th PRIMARY ELECTION
If you’re registered as a Democrat or a Republican, you’ll vote in this election to help select which candidates will represent your party in the November general election. If you’re registered "Unaffilitated" you can re-register with one of the parties if you want to participate!
MARK THESE DATES!
|July 14||Last day to register to vote to participate in the Primary Election|
|July 15||Early voting begins|
|July 28||Last day to request an advance ballot|
|August 4||Primary Election Day!|
|Don’t forget there are important local and congressional races on the ballot!|
|October 13||Last day to register to vote for the General Election|
|October 14||Early voting begins|
|October 27||Last day to request an advance ballot|
|November 3||Election Day!|
√ EARLY VOTING
Lots of options for voting early in person, including weekend hours in many counties. And of course, the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on both election days Find a list of early voting options and your polling place at ksballot.org.
√ DO MORE THAN VOTE!
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