Upcoming Election Information and Dates For PPP Election 2024

  • February 20th, last day to Register to vote or update voter registration information.
  • February 20th, last day to apply for mail ballot of the March PPP
  • February 28th, first day of advanced voting for the presidential primary. 
  • February 28th, advanced ballots by mail are transmitted. 
  • February 28th, in person advanced voting begins.
  • March 18th, in person advanced voting ends at noon.
  • March 19th, PPP Election Day 
  • March 19th, all advanced ballots by mail must be received by close of polls. 

Upcoming Election Information and Dates For Primary Election 2024

  • June 3rd, Candidate filing deadline to be on the 2024 Primary Election ballot. (this includes write-in Candidates)
  • June 3rd, noon deadline to change party affiliation to participate in the 2024 Primary Election.
  • June 5th, deadline to file adopted regulations to be effective by July 1st 2024. 
  • July 16th, deadline to register to vote or update voter registration information to participate in the 2024 Primary Election
  • July 17th, first day of advanced voting for the 2024 Primary Election. Advanced ballots by mail are transmitted.
  • July 17th, in person advanced voting may begin.
  • July 30th, last day to apply for an advanced voting mail ballot. 
  • August 5th, in person advanced voting ends at noon.
  • August 6th, Primary Election. 

Upcoming Election Information and Dates for General Election 2024

  • October 15th, deadline to register to vote or update voter registration information to participate in the 2024 General Election
  • October 16th, first day of advanced voting for the 2024 General Election
  • October 16th, advanced ballots by mail are transmitted.
  • October 16th, in person advanced voting may begin.
  • October 29th, Last day to apply for an advanced voting mail ballot.
  • November 4th, in person advanced voting ends at noon. 
  • November 5th, General Election

County Offices up for Election in 2024

Note: all county offices need to pay a filing fee or petition signatures to be eligible to be on the ballot.  All Filing Fees are 1% of the starting Salary K.S.A 25-206. Republican and Democrat Petitions are 3% of the Pary Registration in the District. Independent Petitions are 4% of voters in the district. (If filing Independent please contact the County Election Office)

  • Commissioner 2    Fee: $319 Republican Signatures - 47 Democrat Signatures - 11
  • Commissioner 3    Fee: $319 Republican Signatures - 42 Democrat Signatures - 10
  • County Attorney   Fee: $600 Republican Signatures - 138 Democrat Signatures - 31
  • County Clerk        Fee: $450 Republican Signatures - 138 Democrat Signatures - 31
  • County Treasurer Fee: $450 Republican Signatures - 138 Democrat Signatures - 31
  • County Sheriff     Fee: $650 Republican Signatures - 138 Democrat Signatures - 31  
  • County Register of Deeds     Fee: $450 Republican Signatures - 138 Democrat Signatures - 31

(Independant Nominations: Filing Deadline to be on general ballot is Noon, Monday August 5th.)

Other Open Offices

  • Township Trustee   Fee: $1.00 
  • Township Treasurer     Fee $1.00
  • All Precinct Committeemen and Committeewomen  Fee: $0.00

Election Results

  • 2023 General Election Official Results Can be found in the County Clerk's Office

Election Office

Voter Registration

Register online or you may also download a paper copy.

The Kansas Voter Registration Application, for U.S. Citizens Only, can be used to:

  1. Register to vote in Kansas
  2. Change your name or address on your registration
  3. Change your party affiliation

To register to vote you must:       

  1. Be a U.S. Citizen
  2. Be a resident of the State of Kansas
  3. Have reached the age of 18 years on or before election day
  4. If convicted of a felony, all terms of sentence have been completed and rights have been restored

You must return your completed application to your county.  The county addresses are on the back of the Voter Register Application.  Your county election officer will mail you a notice when your application has been processed.  This application must be postmarked by the 21st day before an election in order to be eligible to be registered in that election.  Your driver's license number or last four digits of your social security number are required in order for your application to be processed. Beginning January 1, 2012, you must show photo ID at the polls to obtain a ballot. Beginning January 1, 2013, any person registering to vote in Kansas for the first time is required to provide evidence of U.S. citizenship.  Anyone previously registered whose registration is canceled and who re-registers must have their citizenship reassessed.