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Centennial Celebration

Find out more about our year-long celebration of events commemorating the centennial of 19th Amendment and the League of Women Voters!

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Mark Your Calendar

Tuesday, August 6 Primary Election

Saturday, August 24, 2019
Centennial Luncheon-Wichita
Celebrating the country’s first state League with a luncheon featuring a panel of high-profile speakers and the unveiling of a traveling educational exhibit.  This event will also mark the launch of the Centennial Celebration page on the LWVK website.

Tuesday, November 5 General Election

LWVK Convention 2019

Click here to view documents from Convention 2019.

Updates from the Kansas Legislature

Longtime political analyst Paul Johnson writes Policy Watch Weekly Update during the legislative session. Find it here! Along with LWVK testimony, Action Alerts, resources, and Legislative Observer Corps reports.

How to Register to Vote and/or Update Your Voter Registration

Register to vote online at or visit your county election office. Or call your election office to find out how to register by mail (they can provide a voter registration form to mail in). If you have moved or changed your name, remember to update your registration. Print the Federal Voter Registration Application and mail it in to your local election office. See more details on Registering to Vote and Voting in Kansas.

Documentary proof of citizenship is NOT required when registering to vote, per the Federal District Court ruling on June 18, 2018, by Judge Julie Robinson declaring the Kansas Documentary Proof of Citizenship law violated the National Voter Registration Act and the U.S. Constitution.

Think you’re registered to vote?

If you are registered to vote, you should receive a postcard before each election telling you your polling place and other valuable election information. The League is aware that some registered voters are not receiving their card.  If you did not receive a postcard: IMMEDIATELY verify your registration at your local elections office or the Kansas Secretary of State’s Office.

Get help!

Use this form to report a problem. The League of Women Voters of Kansas is interested in knowing about problems experienced by Kansas citizens. We also are available to assist individuals currently facing an issue in registering to vote or in the voting process itself.

Recommended Viewing and/or Reading

LWV Leaders for Democracy Spring 2018 Webinar, featuring Marge Ahrens from LWVK, talking about the LWV Kansas/Fish v. Kobach case (scrub ahead to 29:50 to hear the Kansas story).

LWVK recommendations for Kansas election law reform “Free State Election Reform” (currently under review)

LWVK Factsheet: “Issues Related to the Secure and Fair Elections (S.A.F.E.) Act”

See: documents from LWVK Convention 2017

LWVK supports KanCare expansion.

The League calls on elected officials to do what’s right for the personal and economic health of Kansas.

Media Coverage

League affirms stance (gun control position)

See more from our archive of media coverage.

See LWVK photos.
A group of adults in a ballroom, posing with a certificate.

In 2016, the League of Women Voters of Kansas received the top national honor at the LWVUS convention! The Making Democracy Work(R) award is presented biennially to a state League for doing “the most to strengthen democracy” in its community.


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