Kansans’ long, double-sided ballots in the Nov. 8 general election may be a bit daunting. There’s a lot there, and a lot at stake. Here, we’ve broken coverage down to make it easier to find the info you need to make your decisions and cast your ballot.
There are local, state and national races on the ballot for the Nov. 8 election, plus two more constitutional amendments and a question about expanding Douglas County’s government to add two additional commissioners. Here’s what local voters should know.
Voters will soon select from a slate of three candidates the next person who will represent them for a four-year term in the first Douglas County commission district.
Kansas voters on Nov. 8 have the opportunity to select the candidate they’d like to send to Washington, D.C. to represent Kansas for the next six years.
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