Tuesday is Primary Election Day in Kansas.
Not all counties or towns will have a primary election to vote in – it depends on how many candidates have filed for office.
Check with your local elections office to see if there is a primary in your location.
You can find your elections office by going to sos.ks.gov , then click “Elections”, then “County Election Offices.”
State law requires Kansas voters to show photo identification when casting a ballot in person.
You can use your driver’s license or ID card issued by Kansas or another state, a U.S. Passport, a U.S. Military ID, an ID card issued by a Native American tribe, an employee badge or ID issued by a government office, a student ID card from an accredited postsecondary education institution in Kansas, a concealed carry license, or a public assistance ID card issued by a government office.