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We’re Passionate about Voting

Registering voters

Signing up new voters among new citizens at a Shawnee County naturalization ceremony.

The League of Women Voters believes the right to vote is the beating heartbeat of American democracy, so we work to strengthen and protect the right to vote. We register voters, we encourage people to vote and to participate in the democratic process, we support legal challenges to voter suppression efforts.

Your Vote in Shawnee County

For the latest deadlines and news on voting, check with the  Shawnee County Election Office.Photo of voting booths

Use the election office website to get information about how to register to vote, confirm your polling place, view the list of candidates for upcoming elections, and a calendar of important deadlines for upcoming elections.

 

2020 General Elections 

Check Vote411 — Use our online voters’ guide to see the races and issues on your ballot. Compare candidates side-by-side and read their views on the important issues in their own words.

 

2020 Election Calendar

Aug. 4 Primary Election
Nov. 3 GENERAL ELECTION DAY 7am to 7pm

 

Voter Registration

Kansas residents who registered to vote on or after January 1, 2013, should verify their status by checking the database at VoteKS.org. If your name is not on the roll, please contact your local election office.

LWVK recommends everyone use the Federal Voter Registration Application, as does the Shawnee County Election Office. You may also register to vote online.

Wondering About Your Status?

You should receive a voter card in the mail when your registration is official.  You can also check your registration online. If you move, you must reregister. If you are not on the voter list contact your county election office.

Get Involved

Are you passionate about voting? Join the Topeka Shawnee County League and sign up to help with registration efforts.