How to Vote

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.

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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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