Things every Kansan should know about voting. Click any statement to learn more.
There is no waiting period to register to vote in Kansas. Once you live here, you can immediately register to vote.
To vote by mail you need to request a mail in ballot for every election, unless you qualify for the permanent advance voting list.
You must register to vote by October 18th to vote in the upcoming election. Kansas does not have same day registration.
17 year-olds can pre-register to vote if they turn 18 on or before election day.
Kansas college students can register to vote either at their college address or their family home.
Individuals with felony convictions may re-register to vote as soon as all sentencing requirements, including probation and parole, are complete.
You can register to vote without a Kansas issued ID, but will have to complete a paper application.
You can view a sample ballot before you vote. Sample ballots are available 45 days before the election.
You can vote from abroad. If you need to do so it is best to use the tools developed by the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act to ensure that your ballot is received in time.