Kansas Upcoming Elections
Time off for voting
Any registered voter may leave work for a period up to two hours to vote. If the polls are open before or after the work shift, however, the voter may only take such time off that, when added to the amount of time before or after work that the polls are open, does not exceed two hours.
2014 Important Events Calendar
Kansas: Voting at the Polls on Election Day
Poll Hours: 7:00 AM-7:00 PM
Counties are required to post a Voter Rights and Responsibilities poster and Notice to Voters at each polling place on Election Day. Each county maintains a list of registered voters, and the secretary of state maintains a statewide list. This data is available for purchase by filling out a CVR form .
Each county chooses its voting system from a list of equipment certified by the secretary of state. A list of what voting system each county uses is kept by the secretary of state. All certified systems must meet the requirements of the national voting system standards. Maps of national and state districts also are available to ensure Kansans have all the information they need about voting matters.
You must provide a government-issued photo ID document at each election in order to obtain a ballot. Valid ID documents are:
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