No matter who you are voting for this election, it’s important to exercise your right as a United States citizen to vote!
WHERE TO GO:
If you are not sure where to go or if you are registered, check the link below and it will tell you in a couple of seconds!
WHAT TO BRING:
You must show one of the following current photo IDs if you’re voting early in person or on Election Day:
- Driver’s license
- Nondriver ID card
- Concealed carry handgun license
- US passport
- Government employee badge or ID
- US military ID
- Student ID from an accredited postsecondary school in Kansas
- Government-issued public assistance ID
- Tribal ID
Persons age 65 or older may use expired photo ID
If you’re in one of the following categories, you’re not required to show ID:
- You’re permanently disabled, can’t travel to a county or state office to obtain a photo ID, and have qualified for permanent advance voting status.
- You’re a military member on active duty who will be absent from your county on Election Day, or you’re the spouse or dependent of an active duty service member who will be away from your county on Election Day
- You’re a member of the US Merchant Marine who will be absent from your county on Election Day, or you’re the spouse or dependent of a member of the Merchant Marine and will be away from your county on Election Day
- Your religious beliefs prohibit photo ID. You must submit a declaration of your religious beliefs using this form.