It’s your right as a citizen of our country to vote. Sedgwick County Democrats support this right, and work to help people exercise that right.
In order to vote in any election you must fulfill the following voting requirements:
1. You must be a US citizen.
2. You must be at least 18 years old by the next General Election.
3. You must register to vote. You can click here to access an online voter registration form.
There are many ways to vote besides going to the polls on Election Day. You can:
1. Vote early by mail. Click here for an advance ballot application.
2. Vote early in person. The Election Office begins in-person advance voting 13 days before the election and continues until 12 Noon the Monday before Election Day. Additional available sites are open Thursday – Saturday the week before Election Day for local elections, or Tuesday – Saturday for large county-wide elections. Click here for more information on early in-person voting.
3. Vote in person on Election Day. To find your assigned Polling Place check your voter card, call us at (316) 262-7534, or use this VoterView link. Polling Places are open for voting on Election Day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both machine voting and paper ballot voting options are available.
For more information about voter registration, advance voting, or day of voting, please visit the Kansas Secretary of State’s Registration & Voting Section and the Got Voter ID website.