To apply for your ballot to be sent to you by mail, go to www.ksvotes.org and follow the instructions for Requesting an Advance Ballot. The last day to apply for a mail ballot is October 26, 2021, but we recommend applying no later than October 10, to allow time for processing. The site is also available in Spanish at https://www.ksvotes.org/es/
To fill out the form online, you will need your driver's license number, or state ID number. If you do not have one, please call the campaign so we can help you obtain an ID at (913)-279-0407.
Once you receive your ballot in the mail, around October 15th, you will fill it out by filling in the bubbles next to your chosen candidates. Be sure to fill in the bubbles completely using blue or black ink.
When you have made all of your selections, you will put your ballot into the special envelope that comes with it, and seal it. Next, on the outside of the ballot envelope, find the space where it says to add your signature and sign it. Be sure to write your signature in ink and as legibly as possible.
Finally, you will need to return your ballot before Election Day on Tuesday, November 3rd. To do this, you can add a stamp to it and put it in the mail. You can save a stamp by taking it to one of the secure ballot drop boxes or early voting locations throughout Johnson County. You can find a list of these drop boxes and early voting locations here: https://jocoelection.org/advance-voting-0
Please try to turn your ballot in early, but if you wait until Election Day, don't worry! You can still turn your ballot in and have your vote count. To do that, just go to any polling place in Johnson County before the polls close at 7pm, where election workers can direct you to place it in the secure ballot bag.
If you have any additional questions, please call the campaign at (913)-279-0407 and we are happy to help (in English or Spanish).