Kansas Voting Guide
By FindLaw Staff | Legally reviewed by Steven J. Ellison, Esq. | Last reviewed October 10, 2022
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Welcome to FindLaw's Kansas Voter Guide. Here, we will answer questions about your eligibility to vote, voter registration, absentee ballots, how to find your polling place, what to bring to the polls, accommodations, and what to do if you see illegal activity at the polls.
Am I eligible to vote in Kansas?
To vote in Kansas elections, you must be:
- A citizen of the United States
- A Kansas resident
- A least 18 years old on Election Day
Convicted felons in Kansas have their voting rights restored automatically once their sentence is served. They must still re-register to vote.
How to Register in Kansas
There are several ways to register to vote in Kansas. This includes registering:
Application forms are available at a variety of locations, including county election offices, libraries, city offices, banks, and grocery stores.
Kansas offers online registration via the Secretary of State's website. You must provide ID when registering online.
At the DMV
Changing the information on your driver's license will automatically update your voter registration information, unless you decline.
You can download a form to print, fill in and sign. Then, you'll need to mail the completed form to your county election officer.
Kansas Voting Resources
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