There are already approximately 350,000 ballots from Kansans counted toward the General Election, with more being returned and counted by the minute. Election experts say this will be a record-breaking election for turnout nationally- if you haven’t already join fellow Kansans who have already voted!
As someone who cares about climate and energy issues, exercising your right to vote is one important way to have your voice heard. Take action and make a plan to vote.
WHERE DO I VOTE?
WHAT IF I REQUESTED A MAIL-IN BALLOT?
It’s recommended at this point in the timeline to return mail-in ballots in-person at a polling location or ballot dropbox in your county.
WHAT DO I NEED?
If you’re voting in-person, you will need a valid form of ID. Click here for examples of accepted IDs.
WHO IS ON MY BALLOT?
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