What Kansans need to know about voting on August 2


On August 2, Kansas holds a primary election for political parties to select their candidates for the November 2022 General Election and a special election to amend the Kansas Constitution.

“The League of Women Voters wants to make sure all registered voters know that you don’t have to be affiliated with a major party to vote on the amendment in the special election,” said Carole Neal, voter services co-chair. “All registered voters should vote on this amendment whether they are Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or unaffiliated. In fact, for some voters, this may be the only issue...

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