Register to Vote in Kansas Now

Voter Registration Register to Vote in Kansas Now

How to Register to Vote in Kansas 

The right to vote is a privilege and a duty. In Kansas, voters can register to vote online and in person. You can choose whatever is most convenient for you.

Voter registration can be a time-consuming process. With DoNotPay, you won't have to go through a long process. The app will assist you in completing the registration in the most efficient way possible.

Eligibility Requirements to Vote in Kansas 

To be eligible to vote in Kansas you need to:

  1. Be a U.S. citizen.
  2. Be a Kansas citizen.
  3. Be eighteen years old by the subsequent election.
  4. If you were found guilty of a crime, you must have served your term; anyone serving a sentence for a felony charge is not qualified to vote.
  5. Be a registered voter in Kansas state only.
  6. Be viable to vote by a court of law.

If you meet the requirements, you can register to vote. If, for whatever reason, you lost your voting rights, you can find information about restoring voting rights.

Identification Number Prerequisites

Use the following IDs only if they're still valid, but if you're above 65 years, you could utilize an expired permissible ID:

  • State ID card
  • Concealed handgun permit
  • A valid driver's license
  • Public aid ID card
  • Employee ID

Other allowable types of identification are:

  • Military ID
  • Tribal ID
  • US Passport
  • Kansas Student Identity card granted by a Kansas-accredited higher-education establishment

If you don't have a valid Kansas Driver's license, input the last four digits of your Social Security Number. In case you don't possess any of the above details, fill the spaces with "none." The ID will be used for official purposes only and not accessible by the public.

Voter Registration Methods in Kansas 

There are three ways to register to vote in Kansas.

Online Registration

You can register to vote electronically using the Kansas Online Voter Registration website if you own a certified Kansas driver's license or nondriver's identity card. Your driver's license signature is used to complete the online registration process.

If you don't own a valid driver's license in Kansas, you can register online at KSVotes.org.

In-Person Registration 

You must re-register to vote once you update your name, residence, or political party affiliation. Otherwise, the Election Office will have inaccurate information about you.

  1. Complete, verify and send or hand-deliver the Kansas Voter Registration Application (in PDF format) to a polling location near you. Even though the County Clerk's Office is the definitive choice to get voter registration resources and information, other Voter Registration Sites could also provide them.
  2. Your registration must be submitted on or before the deadline (21 days) for you to qualify to vote in the election.
  3. Once the election committee approves your application, you will get a notice from your County Election Officer through mail or any other contact you provided in the application.
  4. If you decide not to register for voting, your data will be kept private and solely used for voting registration functions. But in case you wish to proceed with the voting process, the office will contact you, and the voting address will be kept confidential and used solely for voter registration reasons as well. However, please keep in mind that if you provide an incomplete application form, the election committee might decline your registration.

To monitor your application, check the KSVotes.org database.

Voter Registration Deadlines in Kansas 

The last day to register to vote in Kansas is as follows:

Registration MethodDeadline
Online21 days before Election Day
By MailMust be postmarked 21 days before Election Day.
In-Person21 days before Election Day

How to Determine Whether You Are Registered to Vote in Kansas 

You will get a postcard notifying you of your polling location and other essential election details before each election if you are entitled to vote. If it takes too long to get a postcard, go to KSVotes.org, your local elections location, or the Kansas Secretary of State's office to double-check your enrollment. Additionally, feel free to contact the LWVK office (785-234-5152 or send an email.

How to Change a Voter Party Affiliation 

Download the Party Affiliation Declaration Form to update your political allegiance. The timeline to switch your party affiliation varies from year to year.

How to Cancel Voter Registration 

Fill out the Voter Registration Cancellation Form to withdraw your voting registration at any point. Afterward, please send it to the registration station you had submitted the previous application to.

Register to Vote With the Help of DoNotPay 

DoNotPay can assist you with the registration procedure that will take you a couple of minutes, whether you are filing a new registration or canceling one. It will also help you assess the mail-in/absentee ballot form and provide all the election info you may need.

Here are the steps:

  1. Search "voter registration" on DoNotPay.

     

  2. Select whether you want to register to vote, change your voter information, cancel your registration, or verify your registration.

     

  3. Enter the state you want to register in (or are registered in) and confirm that you meet the eligibility requirements. Answer a few questions about you to help us verify your identity and complete your application.

     

  4. Provide your signature and verify that your information is correct.

     

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