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Topeka Chamber Voting Information Hub

Let YOUR voice be heard!

Welcome to the Greater Topeka Chamber’s Voter Information Hub! Your participation in local elections is crucial for shaping the future of our community and supporting a thriving business environment in Topeka. Here, you’ll find all the information you need to vote confidently and effectively.

Why Your Vote Matters

Local elections directly impact our community and the business landscape. Your vote can influence key decisions on economic policies, public services, and community development. Make your voice heard and support a prosperous future for Topeka!

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How to Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote? It’s easy to get registered online or by mail.

Deadline: Make sure to register or postmark at least 21 days before the election.

Verify Your Voter Information

Ensure your voter information is current and find your nearest polling site.

Candidate Forums

Couldn’t make it to our June 13th Candidate Forum? Clips of the program were shared online via our social media. Follow us here

Early Voting

In Person

Topeka and Shawnee County residents can take advantage of advance voting in person at the Shawnee County Election Office or designated satellite voting locations up to 20 days before an election. For the 2024 elections, you can start in-person advance voting on July 17 for the primary election and October 16 for the general election. The deadline for in-person advance voting is 12:00 p.m. on August 5, 2024, for the primary election and 12:00 p.m. on November 4, 2024, for the general election. It’s recommended to contact the Shawnee County Election Office to confirm advance voting dates and locations. The Kansas Secretary of State’s office will also provide this information in July and October before each election.

When voting in person at the Shawnee County Election Office or a satellite location, you must show photographic identification. If you do not provide valid identification, the election officer may issue you a provisional ballot. This provisional ballot will not be valid until you submit your photographic identification before the county canvass.

By Mail

Shawnee County residents can also vote by mail prior to election day. To do so, complete an application for an advance ballot and include your driver’s license number or a copy of your photo identification. The deadline to submit advance voting applications to the Shawnee County Election Office is July 30 for the 2024 primary election and October 29 for the 2024 general election. Ballots will be mailed to applicants starting July 17 for the primary election and October 16 for the general election. All ballots must be postmarked on or before election day and received in the Shawnee County Election Office by the close of business on the third business day following the election.

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Election Dates

Mark your calendar and make sure to vote in both the primary and general elections.

  • Primary Election: Tuesday, August 6th
  • General Election: Tuesday, November 5th

With voter turnout at ___% in Kansas, let’s demonstrate how our region actively participates in shaping our future.

Bring a Friend

Voting is a community effort. Encourage your family, friends, and neighbors to vote too!


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Additional Resources

Thank you for participating in the democratic process and supporting a vibrant future for Topeka.