To register to vote in Kansas, a person needs to be a United States citizen and at least 18 years of age by the next state/federal general election.
If convicted of a felony, a person must have completed all the terms of his or her sentence before regaining voting eligibility. Voter registration needs to be done 21 days before an election in order to vote in that election. Voter registration must be updated when one moves or changes his or her name.
You must show a government-issued photo identification when voting or when requesting a advance-mail ballot. People over 65 years of age may use an expired photo ID.
If your name appears on this list, but you need to update your address or name, fill out the voter application form.
If your name does not appear on the voter registration list, fill out the voter application form.
Mark Your Calendar
Primary Election, Tuesday, August 7, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
General Election, Tuesday, November 6, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Think you’re registered to vote?
If you are registered to vote, you should receive a postcard before each election telling you your polling place and other valuable election information. The League is aware that some registered voters are not receiving their card. If you did not receive a postcard: IMMEDIATELY verify your registration at your local elections office or the Kansas Secretary of State’s Office.
- Register to vote.
- Find your polling place
- Obtain general election ballots by mail after August 15 but before November 4, 2016. Email the completed form to your county election office.
- Find information on candidates running in your district and issues being voted upon.
- If you will be 18 or older by November 1, 2016, you can register now. See the Kansas voter eligibility rules.