Ways to Vote

It is extremely important to VOTE by November 8th, 2022 in order to elect Kansas Democrats, protect our pro-choice judges, and stop the state Legislature's power grab. You must be registered to vote at your current address by October 18th in order to participate in this primary election. Verify your voter registration status at this link, and see the ways to submit your ballot below.

BY MAIL

EARLY IN PERSON

ELECTION DAY

Douglas County residents may vote early in person at the following locations and times:

Douglas County Elections Office

711 W. 23rd St, Suite 1

Lawrence, KS 66046

Hours starting 10/19:

Weekdays, 8am-6pm

(extended to 7pm starting 10/31)

Additional dates include the Saturdays of 10/29 and 11/5 from 9am-1pm. Early in person voting is also available at Lecompton City Hall, Eudora City Hall, and the Baldwin City Hall on those two dates only.

Vote in person on

Election Day, Tuesday, November 8.

Voting hours are 7am-7pm at the Douglas County Elections Office and at your polling place. You must be in line by 7pm to vote.

You must apply to receive a mail-in ballot by November 1. You may submit your application online at ksvotes.org or by filling out this paper form and submitting it to the 

Douglas County Elections Office

711 W. 23rd St, Suite 1

Lawrence, KS 66046

Ballots will be sent out beginning on October 19. Your ballot must be returned or postmarked by Election Day, November 8. You can return it by mail, at the county elections office listed above, or submit it in one of the following ballot drop-boxes by 7pm on Election Day.

IN LAWRENCE:

Old Douglas County Courthouse

Douglas County Elections Office

County Treasurer's Annex

Golf Course Superintendent's Building

Flory Meeting Hall

OUTSIDE LAWRENCE:

Eudora City Hall

Lecompton City Hall

Baldwin City Hall