Kansas Election

for 2018

General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.

Check if you’re registered to vote at Registrant Search.

Register online at Register to Vote.

Get your polling place at Locate Your Polling Place.

Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.

Early voting must start by the Tuesday before Election Day. In some counties early voting starts as early as 20 days before Election Day; and ends at noon the day before Election Day. Contact your Local Election Office to learn more about early voting in your area.

Registration Deadline  is

  • in-Person: 21 days before Election Day
  • By Mail: Postmarked 21 days before Election Day
  • Online: 21 days before Election Day.


Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: There is NO candidate running for the senate in 2018.

US Congress: There are 4 candidates running for the US House of Representative.

The Democratic candidates for the Nov 6th election are:

District 1: Alan LaPolice; District 2: Paul Davis, former state representative; District 3: Sharice Davids; District 4: James Thompson.

State Level

State Executive Level

Governor: The Democratic candidate running for Governor is Laura Kelly.

Sec. of State: The democratic candidate is: Sarah Swain

Treasurer: The democratic candidate is: Marci Francisco, state senator

Insurance Commissioner: The democratic candidate is: Nathaniel McLaughlin

State Congressional Level

State Senate: Elections for the office of Kansas State Senate will take place in 2020. The general election will be held on November 3, 2020. None of the 40 state senate seats are up for reelection in 2018.

 State House of Representatives: All 125 House seats are up for election in 2018. Kansas state representatives serve two-year terms, with all seats up for election every two years.

Board of Education: The board of education is holding an election for five of the ten seats on November 6, 2018. The Democratic candidates are: District 1, held by Janet Waugh, District 3, held by Ruth Goff, District 5, No democratic candidate, District 7, James Hannon, and District 9, No democratic candidate. As of January 2018, two members of the board were Democratic and eight members of the board were Republican.

Municipal Level:

There is 1 municipal election in Kansas in 2018