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Election 2019

Municipal elections are held in odd-numbered years. These elections are nonpartisan; party affiliation is not a factor.

In 2019 Johnson County voters will elect:

  • Mayors and/or city council members
  • School Board members
  • Johnson County Community College Board of Trustees
  • WaterOne board members

Primary Election: August 6  Registration deadline is July 16.

General Election: November 5  Registration deadline is October 15.

 

How to Register to Vote in Johnson County

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It’s super quick and easy to register online with a smartphone. www.ksvotes.org

Residents may register to vote at a city hall, various county agencies or print a Voter Registration Application and send it to the Election Office.

Registration Applications may be mailed to 2101 E. Kansas City Road, Olathe, KS 66061; Faxed to 913-791-8934 or 913-791-8935 or scanned and e-mailed to registration@jocoelection.org. Voter registration closes 21 days prior to each election.

 

 

Your VOTE Matters!

 

 

  • Check to see if you are registered to vote.  Voter lookup.

Yes, I’m registered. Terrific!  Now let’s get information about elections.

Who are my elected officials?

Johnson County offers three ways to vote:

  • Vote in advance by mail
  • Vote in advance at several convenient locations.
  • Vote at the polls on Election Day.

You must show a photo ID in order to vote. What qualifies as a photo ID?

  1. Learn about the issues and the candidates.

Attend LWVJoCo Legislative Coffees, Candidate Forums or Meet and Greet events

Become a League member

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