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Check your voter registration at: https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/VoterView
Online voter registration: https://www.kdor.ks.gov/apps/voterreg/home/index
Services to register to vote, update your voter registration, federal service voter information, and who is eligible to register to vote.
You should register if you:
If you have been convicted of a felony, register only after the restoration of your civil rights.
If you are already registered to vote, you should promptly re-register if you:
Complete a new Voter Registration Application and send it to the Election Office: If you have moved, If you have a name change, if you want to change your political party affiliation (In Kansas, the choices are Democratic, Republican, Libertarian, and Non Affiliated).
Note: Party Affiliation changes are prohibited during the period beginning June 1st and ending on or after August 31st for partisan primary elections in even-numbered years.
After you submit your completed voter registration application you will become a registered voter when the county election officer adds your name to the county voter registration list. When your Voter Registration Application has been entered, a Certificate of Registration will be mailed to you. This voter ID card provides information regarding your Ward and Precinct, the location of your polling place, and your elected officials who represent you. The Certificate of Registration may not be used as an ID to vote because it does not include your photo. You can always confirm your current voter registration information online at Voter View. Keep your Certificate of Registration in a safe place for future reference. You may obtain a replacement certificate by asking the Election Office to send you a new one. The Election office may also issue you a new certificate if your polling place changes or you re-register.
To register to vote online, you must have a valid Kansas driver's license or nondriver's identification card, as you are required to use a legal signature to complete the registration process. The online registration option uses your driver's license signature to do so. If you do not have either of these Kansas identification cards, you will need to complete a voter registration application in person. You must re-register each time you change your name, address, or party affiliation for voting, otherwise the Election Office will have outdated information. Online Voter Registration Application can be found here: https://www.kdor.ks.gov/apps/voterreg/home/index
You may register (or re-register) until (21) days prior to each election. Voter registration is closed during the (21) day period before each election. Applications must be postmarked no later than the 21st day prior to any election and received in the Election Office by the 9th day before the election to be valid. Applications postmarked or received after the deadline are not entered until after the election.
Voter Registration re-opens the day following each election
To register, complete a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) and mail it to the Election Office.
Postage is already on this card. You may obtain this card from the U.S. Embassy, your Commanding Officer, or Voting Assistance Officer.
If you are unable to obtain a copy, download and print the Federal Post Card Application. Remember to add postage to this card.
Kansas does not require the form to be notarized or witnessed.
Your application is valid for (1) calendar year. You are eligible to receive all ballots issued during the calendar year at the address you give on the FPCA. If you move or are re-assigned during any calendar year, please be sure to
send a new FPCA so you can receive your ballots. Election mail cannot be forwarded. The Election Office needs your current address.
The completed FPCA may be sent by:
Mail to Saline County Election Office at PO Box 5040, Salina, KS 67402.
Fax at (785) 309-5826
For complete details see Federal Voter Assistance Program.
Any change to your Kansas voter registration should use a Kansas voter registration application form, which is available below.
Voter Registration Application
There are three ways to submit your application: