With the August 7 Republican and Democratic primaries looming on the horizon, now is the time to either register to vote or else to change your voter registration from Independent (aka unaffiliated) to a political party so that you can cast your vote in the upcoming election. Unaffiliated voters may change their registration to either […]

With the August 7 Republican and Democratic primaries looming on the horizon, now is the time to either register to vote or else to change your voter registration from Independent (aka unaffiliated) to a political party so that you can cast your vote in the upcoming election.
Unaffiliated voters may change their registration to either Republican or Democrat up until noon on the August 6 at the county clerk's office. Independent/unaffiliated voters also have an opportunity to declare a party on the day of the election at the polls by completing a change of voter registration form.
The deadline to change your voter registration from one political party to another was June 1.
Persons 18 years or older who have not registered to vote may do so through July 17 at the county clerk's office. To register to vote, you must present a valid Kansas Driver's license or a nondriver's identification card. You may also register to vote online by following the instructions found at https://www.kdor.ks.gov/apps/voterreg/default.aspx.
If you register with a party in order to vote in the Primary election, you may change your registration back to Independent/unaffiliated beginning on September 1.