A deadline is looming to register to vote in time for the fall election. The cutoff in Kansas is tomorrow. Voter advocacy groups have been working to register people in the final days. Marge Ahrens (ARE-ens) is with the League of Women Voters of Topeka and Shawnee County. She says there are multiple scenarios where filling out a new voter registration form makes sense.
“(They) changed their name, which could involve a marriage, and moving. And lots of people move, and they move often. The other issue is that if you haven't voted for a few years, you probably had better re-register.”
Kansans can register to vote at county election offices or online at the secretary of state’s website.