Elections can be won or lost by a single vote – your vote truly does matter. Make sure you are registered to vote in the upcoming election.
Are You Registered to Vote?
Not sure if you’re registered to vote? You can find out online at VoteKS.org. If you have any questions about the voter registration process or voting in general, you can review the “Your Guide to Kansas Elections” website.
Register to Vote.
If you are not yet registered to vote or have recently moved into Kansas, you must update your voter registration before you can vote in the next election. You can register online here or you may register in person at any of many local locations.
If you are registered to vote, you can cast your ballot in advance of the election either by mail or in person. More information on advance voting and all necessary forms are available on the Kansas Secretary of State’s website.
Find Your Polling Location.
Not sure where you are supposed to vote in person? Find your polling location on the “Polling Place Search” website.
Your vote will make a difference! On August 5th and in the November general election, I would appreciate your vote for Shannon Francis as your District 125 Representative in the Kansas House of Representatives.