Tomorrow (TUE) is the deadline for Kansans to register to vote or update their registration in time for the primary election. This will be the last chance for voters to update their address or party affiliation before the August 7th vote. Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew says the quickest and easiest way for many people to register is online.
Shew says Kansans can register to vote online at voteks.org or in person at their county election office. He says voters can also print the registration form online and mail it to their election office, but it must be postmarked by tomorrow (TUE).