Kansas Voter Information Websites

With just a little over a week left until the Primary, I thought I would share some links to websites so you can check to make sure you ARE registered, and if not these can help you accomplish it!  […]

To check your voter registration online:  https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/voterview/home.do

To register with a paper form:  www.kssos.org/forms/elections/voterregistration.pdf

To register online OR to update your registration (name/address), go to: https://www.kdor.org/dl/

To update your Kansas driver’s license and voter registration address online, go to: https://www.kdor.org/dl/

To apply for an Advance Ballot by Mail for the Primary or General Election, go to:  www.kssos.org/forms/elections/AV1.pdf

New Kansas voters need to provide “proof of citizenship” in order to register to vote.  For accepted documents, go to: http://www.gotvoterid.com/proof-of-citizenship.html#validdocs.

If you were born in Kansas, to request a free copy of your birth certificate for proof of citizenship, go to: www.gotvoterid.com/pdf/BCA.pdf

If you were born in another state, to request a copy of your birth certificate for proof of citizenship, go to:  www.cdc.gov/nchs/w2w.htm

Voters with a permanent physical disability or illness or who have been diagnosed as having a permanent illness can apply for Permanent Advance Voting Status and receive ballots by mail for Primary and General Elections:  www.kssos.org/forms/elections/AV2.pdf

(I apologize for not getting two of the links to be “live”.  They were entered the same as the rest, but absolutely refused to work for me!)

I know there won’t be a lot of choices on the Primary ballet, but we candidates would certainly love to have you get out and VOTE!