Your Guide to Voting in Kansas
Welcome to the Kansas Black Leadership Council's #BlackVotesMatterKS landing page! We are committed to empowering Black voters in Kansas by providing you with all the information you need to exercise your right to vote effectively. Your vote matters, and we're here to make sure your voice is heard.
Mark Your Calendar! Don't miss out on any key dates related to the election process:
Tuesday, Oct. 17: Deadline to register to vote or update your voter registration information
Wednesday, Oct. 18: First day of advance voting
Tuesday, Oct. 31: Last day to apply for an advance voting by mail ballot
Monday, Nov 6: In-person advance voting ends at noon
Tuesday, Nov 7: General Municipal Election Day
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Join the Movement!
We've teamed up with Kansas Influencer and Content Creator, Big Cam I Am, and Another Satisfying Racial Moment to help us to spread the message of the importance of voting!
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Your voice matters, and together, we can make a difference in our community. Let's exercise our vote and create positive change for our future!
Meet the Candidates
Know Your Options!
Candidate Websites: Visit the official websites of the candidates to learn more about their backgrounds and stances on important issues.
Local News Sources: Stay informed about the candidates and their platforms by reading articles in your local newspapers or watching local news broadcasts.
Kansas Secretary of State's Candidate Listings: Access the Kansas Secretary of State's Candidate Listings to see who's running for various positions. Type in your registration information and then click on your sample ballot.
It's important to make an informed decision when you vote. Get to know the candidates running for office in your area:
Find Your Voting Polls
Locate Your Polling Place!
On Election Day, you'll need to know where to cast your vote. Use the following resources to find your polling place:
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Register to Vote
Your Vote Starts Here!
Before you can cast your ballot, you need to be registered to vote. It's a simple process, and we're here to help you through it.
Online Voter Registration: Visit the Kansas Secretary of State's Online Voter Registration page to register online or update your existing registration.
In-Person Registration: You can also register to vote in person at your local election office or when you apply for or renew your Kansas driver's license.
Disclaimer: This information is provided by the Kansas Black Leadership Council for informational purposes only. Please verify all details with official sources and consult with local election officials for the most up-to-date information on voting in Kansas.