Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Voter Identification in Kansas

This next election will be the first statewide test of the new voter ID law.  Any person registering to vote will be required to provide proof of Unites States citizenship.  As of January 1, 2012, all citizens voting in person must show photo identification.  To educate the public about the new voter requirements, the Secretary of State’s office will be touring the state to provide information. 
Voter ID website:
List of valid documents to prove citizenship:
Link for stops on the Voter ID tour:
Where do I vote and who’s on my ballot?
To find out where you need to go to vote, contact your county election office. A list of offices and their phone numbers is available from the Secretary of State’s website at:
Another way is to access your personal voter registration information. This will list your polling site. You can find that at
If you would like to vote in advance, follow the steps provided at
The Secretary of State has a more information on how/where/when to vote at VOTE KANSAS!

Article contact: Kim Harp

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