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The Mission of the Election Office: To honestly, fairly and according to law administer elections for all voters; and to accurately report the results in a timely manner.
To see the unofficial results of this election, click here the evening of March 3, 2015. The official results will be posted after the meeting of the Board of Canvassers on Monday, March 9th which begins at 9:00 a.m. in the Shawnee County Election Office.
The March 3rd Primary will ONLY be for the precincts in the Topeka City Council Districts of 4, 6 & 8. This will only involve 29 voting locations within the city of Topeka.
It’s “Road Construction Season” and many projects are underway in Topeka and Shawnee County. Some may affect your usual route to your voting place. Access is available to all Shawnee County voting places, but alternate routes/access may be necessary for some locations. Therefore, you may want to plan your route before the March 3, 2015 Primary Election. Advance voting is available for your convenience. Please contact the Election Office for hours and details. 785-251-5900. You may check your voting status & voting location and view your Sample Ballot at: www.myvoteinfo.voteks.
2015 Spring Election Calendar
|January 27||NOON deadline for candidates to file or withdraw|
|February 10||LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE|
|March 2||Noon deadline for advance voting|
|March 3||PRIMARY ELECTION DAY|
|March 9||County Board of Canvassers|
|March 17||Last day to register to vote|
|April 6||Noon deadline for advance voting|
|April 7||GENERAL ELECTION DAY|
|April 13||County Board of Canvassers|
The information on our website reflects election law as it stands today. As new laws go into effect we will update the information accordingly.
The voter registration deadline is now the 21st day before any election.
Beginning January 1, 2012 every voter must show photo identification each time they vote. Beginning January 1, 2013, individuals must provide proof of U.S. citizenship when they register to vote for the first time in Kansas.
To check your registration status or to view a sample ballot, go to Kansas Voter View.
We maintain a list of party headquarters to help you to contact them more easily.
View our Election Districts Map to learn which districts you are in, and who your elected officials are. The included districts are commission, school, city council, state representative and state senate.