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Current Elections

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June 1, 2022:
 Candidate Filing & Withdrawal Deadline (Noon) KSA 25-205, -305(a), -306(a) for Lecompton Council, Township Clerk, County Commission, Statewide Offices
June 10, 2022 (Redistricting Required Change):
Candidate Filing & Withdrawal Deadline (Noon) KSA 25-205, -305(a), -306(a) for Precinct Committee Persons, US House, Kansas House, State Board of Education
June 18:
 Deadline Mail Primary UOCAVA Ballots KSA 25-1220
July 12:
 Registration books close. Last day to register. KSA 25-2311(a)(5)
July 13:
 Advance Voting by mail begins – 20 days prior to Election Day. KSA 25-1123(a)(5)
Advance Voting in person begins
July 26:
 Deadline to request an advance ballot to be mailed.
July 30:
 Saturday Advance Voting 9am to 1pm Lecompton City Hall, Eudora City Hall, Baldwin Fire Station, County Clerk Elections Office (23rd and Louisiana)
August 1:
 Advance Voting Closes (Noon) KSA 25-1122(f)
August 2:
 PRIMARY ELECTION. KSA 25-2107, -2502(a) 7AM - 7PM
August 15:
 Canvass Primary Election. KSA 25-3104 9AM
 
 General Election Calendar
September 24, 2022:
 Deadline Mail General UOCAVA Ballots KSA 25-1220 
October 18:
 Registration books close. Last day to register. KSA 25-2311(a)(5)
October 19:
 Advance Voting by mail begins – 20 days prior to Election Day. KSA 25-1123(a), 1122(f)
Advance Voting in person begins
November 1:
 Deadline to request an advance ballot to be mailed.
November 5:
 Saturday Advance Voting In-Person  9AM to 1PM - Lecompton City Hall, Eudora City Hall, Baldwin Fire Station, County Clerk Elections Office (23rd and Louisiana)
November 7:
 Advance Voting Closes (Noon) KSA 25-1122(f)
November 8:
 GENERAL ELECTION. KSA 25-2107, 25-2502(a) 7AM - 7PM
November 21:
 Canvass General Election. KSA 25-3104 at County Clerk Elections Office at 711 W. 23rd Suite 1 Lawrence, KS

 

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Sample Ballots are now available. Registered Voters can find the sample ballots for their precinct by clicking here. In this Primary Election Democrats will vote the Democratic Ballot, Republicans will vote the Republican Ballot, Unaffiliated Voters may affiliate with either party when they vote and then vote that party's ballot -or- unaffiliateds may vote the question-only ballot. Libertarians will vote the question-only ballot.
A statewide constitutional question is on the ballot in this election. All voters are elible to vote on that question regardless of party affiliation. Party registration changes closed on June 10, 2022 at noon by state law. Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians who were registered in their party on June 10, 2022 at noon will recieve their party's ballot in this election.