Registration Deadlines: 
Online: Oct. 16
By Mail: Oct. 16
In Person: Oct. 16
1st Floor #120
SW 10th Avenue,
Topeka, KS 66612
 
      785-296-4561
Fax: 785-291-3051
      election@sos.ks.gov
 

 kansas 

 registered to vote? 

 NEED TO REGISTER? 

To register to vote for the first time you must provide citizenship proof. Click here to find out which documents you need!

 By Mail: 

To register to vote by mail you must print the voter registration form, fill it and mail it!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
  • driver license or I.D.  card number
  • social security number

MAIL IT!

Completed forms can be mailed, fax or hand delivered to your county clerk.

After your application is processed and accepted you will receive a voter registration card to the address provided.

In Person: 

Register to vote in person at:
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
  • Your driver license or I.D. card  number,

  • The last four digits of your social security 

  • Your date of birth.

Online:

 

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
  • Your driver license or I.D. card  number,

  • The last four digits of your social security 

  • Your date of birth.

 

voter information portal

  • Voter registration status
  • Poll location
  • Registration information
  • Key Election Dates
 

how to vote

In Kansas you can vote by:
 
 
 
election day voting
To vote you must show identification.

acceptable forms of I.D.


  • driver’s license or nondriver’s ID card,
  • a concealed carry handgun license,
  • U.S. passport
  • government employee ID,
  • military ID,
  • student ID,
  • public assistance ID or
  • Indian tribe ID




Acceptable forms of citizenship proof


*Note: If you need your birth certificate you can get it here.

  • Birth certificate that verifies United States citizenship
  • United States passport or pertinent pages of the applicant's valid or expired United States passport identifying the applicant and the applicant's passport number
  • United States naturalization documents or the number of the certificate of naturalization
  • Other documents or methods of proof of United States citizenship issued by the federal government pursuant to the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs card number, tribal treaty card number or tribal enrollment number
  • Consular report of birth abroad of a citizen of the United States
  • Certificate of citizenship issued by the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • Certification of report of birth issued by the United States Department of State
  • American Indian card, with KIC classification, issued by the United States Department of Homeland Security (Note: This document applies only to a small Texas band of the Kickapoo tribe with slightly more than 50 members.)
  • Final adoption decree showing the applicant's name and United States birthplace
  • United States military record of service showing applicant's place of birth in the United States
Extract from a United States hospital record of birth created at the time of the applicant's birth indicating the applicant's place of birth in the United States





 
Vote by mail/Early voting
Voting by mail is convenient and easy to do, in person or by mail!
who is eligible?
Any registered voter!
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY FORM?
Simply fill out the vote by mail application and mail it or hand deliver it to your county clerk.
deadlines:
REQUEST BALLOT: Starting Oct. 12
BALLOT RETURN: Postmarked before or on Nov. 8, must not be returned later than three days.
 
military/overseas
who is eligible?
  • an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine;
  • an eligible spouse or family member of an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine; or
  • a U.S. citizen residing outside the U.S.
HOW DO I REGISTER & VOTE?
 
 
 
 
The military voter form acts acts as both a registration and a vote by mail request.
You can also use the FVAP's online assistant to electronically fill out the form to then print and mail.
      *note: you need a printer to use this service.
HOW DO I SUBMIT MY FORM?
After completing and signing you may submit your FPCA to your county clerk  by:
  • mail
  • email 
  • fax. ​
 DEADLINES: 
BALLOT REQUEST: Received Nov. 6 
BALLOT RETURN: Received by Nov. 6
If you missed the deadlines you may use an emergency write in ballot that will be counted if you are an eligible voter!
 

candidates

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