September 01, 2022

Vote in the Kansas Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022


What elections are there in Kansas? What am I voting for?

Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

Kansas will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and your State House Representatives. 

All Kansas overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

It’s vital to vote for Democrats in Kansas. Kansas is a red state, but every Democrat we elect helps to keep Republicans from enacting their regressive policies. 

We need to get out the vote to re-elect two excellent Democrats in toss-up races: Governor Laura Kelly and US Representative Sharice Davids. With your vote, we can keep the Kansas governorship and the Democratic majority in Congress.

And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot! As we saw in the defeat of the anti-abortion amendment this summer, Kansas state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!

1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections. You MUST send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022.

Go to and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

You can send your FPCA to your local election office in Kansas by email (recommended), fax, or mail. 

Your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by November 8, 2022.

You can check your voter registration status online using: You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

Your voted ballot must be received in Kansas by November 8, 2022.  

3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

You can check your ballot status online using: 

You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at:; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

And if there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – but the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.

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