For more than two years, we've been fighting hard to make sure that every eligible Kansas citizen is able to participate in democracy by voting. With Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, less than three weeks away, the fight for voting rights — and to make sure that all Kansans know their voting rights — is more important than ever before.
Get ready to make your voice heard in this important election. Check out the following resources to help you stay informed of your rights during this election.
Get ready to make your voice heard in this important election. Check out the following resources to help you stay informed of your rights during this election:
- Review our Know Your Voting Rights guide, with everything you need to know to make your vote count. For example, find out why types of ID Kansas will accept in order to vote in person.
- Early voting began in some counties on Wednesday, October 18. Learn how you can cast an advance ballot.
Locate the name and address of your polling place.
- Check out our infographic to help you keep track of the ACLU's four separate voting rights lawsuits in Kansas. Thanks to those lawsuits, the illegal and onerous restrictions on voting rights put in place by Secretary of State Kris Kobach have been put on hold and tens of thousands of Kansas citizens will be able to vote in November.
- Get out there and spread the word about the right to vote in Kansas. Forward this to your friends and family to help make sure they don’t experience any problems either. Or you can share this link.