The new Kansas voting law—
it's just that easy.

Woman and man with ID

If you're a registered voter, bring one of these to the polls:
Driver's License, Nondriver ID Card, Concealed Carry Handgun License, U.S. Passport, Government Employee ID, U.S. Military ID, Kansas College ID, Government Public Assistance ID or Indian Tribe ID. (See List of IDs for more detailed descriptions.)

Changes in Kansas Voting Law

On April 18, 2011, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed the Kansas Secure and Fair Elections (S.A.F.E.) Act (EspaƱol) into law. Sponsored by the Office of the Kansas Secretary of State, this website contains information every voter should know about changes impacting elections under the S.A.F.E. law.

Starting January 1, 2012:

  1. Kansas voters must show photographic identification when casting a vote in person; and
  2. Kansas voters must have their signature verified and include a copy of an acceptable form of photographic identification or provide a full Kansas driver's license or nondriver ID number when voting by mail.

Starting January 1, 2013:

Persons registering to vote for the first time in Kansas must prove U.S. citizenship when registering to vote.

Voter Registration Kit

(The kit is designed to print as a booklet, on both sides of a page and stapled on the left.)

Kobach's Voter ID Tour Statutes and Regulations
Got Voter ID Logois a guide to the election law changes under the Secure and Fair Elections law of 2011 (also known as the S.A.F.E. Act).

For complete election coverage, visit

Vote Kansas Logo

at www.voteks.org
or call (800) 262-VOTE