The 2024 primary election will be held Tuesday, Aug. 6, and the general election will be Tuesday, Nov. 5. 

All 125 Kansas House of Representatives seats and 40 Kansas Senate seats will be on the ballot, as will Kansas’ four representatives in the U.S. House. The election will also include the Douglas County district attorney and four of five Douglas County Commission seats. Some Kansas Board of Education seats as well as retention races for some judges at the state and district court levels will also be on the ballot in November.

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Key deadlines

Douglas County voters can take care of their voter registration, updates and ballot requests at ksvotes.org

 To register, or update your registration, to vote on Aug. 6: Tuesday, July 16
 To request an advance voting mail ballot for the Aug. 6 primary: Tuesday, July 30
 To register, or update your registration, to vote on Nov. 5, 2024: Tuesday, Oct. 15
 To request an advance voting mail ballot for the Nov. 5 general: Tuesday, Oct. 29

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Associated Press: Election 2024 coverage; Kansas news
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