2020 Grant Funding
How were funds from Help America Vote Act (HAVA) and Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) used? Upcoming Elections and Important Dates
Candidate Filing Deadline is June 1, 2021 at Noon for the 2021 City / School Elections. Candidates file for City, School, Improvement District and Drainage District Offices in the Sedgwick County Election Office. For more information, see "CANDIDATE INFORMATION" in the menu on the left.
April 20, 2021 - USD 375 Special Bond Election
August 3, 2021 - 2021 Municipal Primary Election
November 2, 2021 - 2021 Municipal General Election
How do I register to vote for the first time?
How do I update my name, address or party affiliation? What's on your ballot?
View Sample ballot . Sample ballots will be available 5 weeks prior to each scheduled election.
Who has filed as a candidate in Sedgwick County? Voting options:
Where is my election day polling place?
How do I vote by mail?
How do I vote early in person?
When and where can I vote early?
How do I vote if I need assistance?
How can I return my completed Advance Mail Ballot to the Election Office? What should you expect when you vote?
You will be asked to provide government issued photo ID.
Got voter ID? Learn more at www.gotvoterid.com You will be asked to state your name and address to the check in clerk.
If the name or address you state does not match your voter registration data, you will be asked to complete a
provisional ballot. If your stated name and address match your record, you may choose to vote on a machine or a paper ballot. Our new voting machines will provide you with a printed ballot for review prior to your votes being counted.
Complete your ballot.
Insert your ballot in the counting machine.
Wear your I Voted sticker with pride!