To watch a debate been candidates for the US House of Representatives Kansas 2nd District, Chris Clemmons, Lynn Jenkins, and Marie Wakefield, visit the Eudora School District's Cardinal Online.
To read a voter guide to candidates for statewide office provided by the Wichita Eagle, visit their Voters Guide.
To read a story in the Lawrence Journal-World about largely unreported race for Kansas Insurance Commissioner, click here.
To learn about Kansas justices up for retention, visit the 2014 Judicial Review Survey website. The site includes short biographies of each justice reviewed, and the results of a survey developed by the Kansas Judicial Evaluation Committee, "a coalition of the following practicing Kansas attorneys, Kansas law professors, Kansas court professionals, and representatives from civic groups dedicated to preserving the impartiality of Kansas courts and the promotion of an informed citizenry." To read a summary of the survey results, click here [PDF].
To watch a forum sponsored by the Lawrence Voter Education Coalition featuring candidates for Kansas House of Representatives, districts 10, 42, and 46, visit the Lawrence Cable Channel 6 website for Voter Education Coalition 2014 general election Kansas House forum.
To read responses from candidates for Kansas House of Representatives District 10 to questions posed by the Lawrence Journal-World, visit Q&A with Kansas House District 10 candidates Wilson, VanWyhe. To read profiles of the candidates, visit Get to know the candidates: Kansas House District 10.
To read responses from candidates for Kansas House of Representatives District 46 to questions posed by the Lawrence Journal-World, visit Q&A with Kansas House District 46 candidates Highberger, Robinson. To read profiles of the candidates, visit Get to know the candidates: Kansas House District 46.
To learn more about the sales tax proposal to fund a new facility for the Lawrence Police Department, click here. Visit the Friends of Lawrence Police website (in favor of the proposal) here. Visit the Lawrencians Against The New Police Headquarters Facebook page here.
Individuals registered to vote in Kansas as of January 1, 2013, are deemed to have submitted proof of citizenship and are exempt from the requirement as long as they remain on the voter registration list. Moving from one place to another within Kansas or modifying one's registration records does not require the person to re-submit proof of citizenship. If a voter's registration is canceled, the person must submit a citizenship document when re-registering.
If you have moved since you last voted, you should update your voter registration with the County Clerk's office so that you will be assigned to the correct voting precinct.