COVID-19 Advisory: All voters registered with the Democratic Party should receive ballots automatically by April 10. If a ballot has not been received by that date, the deadline to request an advance ballot is July 28.
Who is eligible to request an advance ballot and vote by mail?
Any registered Kansas voter can vote by mail. No excuse is required.
Do you need to submit ID with your advance mail ballot request?
Yes, you must submit a copy of a photo ID, such as:
- Driver’s license or non-driver’s ID issued by any state;
- Kansas or any state concealed handgun license;
- US Passport;
- Government employee ID or badge;
- U.S. military ID;
- Student ID from any Kansas accredited educational institution;
- Government-issued public assistance ID card;
- ID card issued by an Indian tribe
Do you need to submit ID with your ballot?
No, but the signature on your mail ballot must match your voter registration signature.
Last update: April 11, 2020