LWVKansas recommends that we use the Federal Form to register voters. On-line form here (Provided by KSVotes.org) Due to court decisions, you no longer need to submit proof that you are a citizen. As always,you must be a citizen to register to vote. You will be able to vote a full, regular ballot on Election Day..
Check where your polling place is by going online at KSvotes.org or to Voter View, voteks.org for polling place. You may also contact your county clerk at your county courthouse.
Donde' es una forma para Federal Form. You do not need to submit proof of citizenship, but you do need to be a citizen. You may need to contact your county clerk to find out where to vote.
If You Have a Problem Voting...
If you are stopped from voting:
You may ask for a provisional ballot, though not all offices will be listed. If you can prove you are registered, your vote will count. (follow the HAVA guidelines below.)
A formal complaint can be
filed under Title III of HAVA, The Help America Vote Act, if you have trouble with:
*Central voter registration
*Posting of election information
at polling places
*Identification of voters
You may follow these steps to attempt to correct the mistake. You have a time deadline. You must file your complaint within 30 days after the problem occurred.
If You Have Served Your Time...
In Kansas, you may get back your voting rights after completing prison time and/or probation after a felony conviction. You are eligible to vote in Kansas. You still must register to vote. It is not done automatically on your release.
"A felon who loses voting rights may re-register to vote after their sentence is completed. The county election officer does not automatically restore the person's name to the registration list. When registering to vote, the felon is not required to submit proof of final discharge. The voter registration application form contains an affidavit above the signature line attesting that the person's rights have been restored. Signing a false affidavit is a felony, which could result in loss of voting rights upon conviction." From the Office of Kansas Secretary of State, Voting Eligibility