The general election is Tuesday, November 3, 2020!  Celebrate your democratic right by voting in person or by mail.  Here is what you will see for Kansas City, Kansas on the upcoming ballot:

President of the United States

  • Donald Trump (Incumbent)
    • Republican Party
    • Vice-President: Mike Pence
  • Joe Biden
    • Democratic Party
    • Vice-President: Kamala Harris
  • Jo Jorgensen
    • Libertarian Party
    • Vice President: Jeremy “Spike” Cohen

Congress

U.S. Senate Kansas

  • Barbara Bollier
    • Democratic Party
  • Roger Marshall
    • Republican Party
  • Jason Buckley
    • Libertarian Party

U.S. House Kansas District 3

  • Sharice Davids (Incumbent)
    • Democratic Party
  • Amanda Adkins
    • Republican Party
  • Steve Hohe
    • Libertarian Party

Statewide Offices

  • Kansas Court of Appeals Position 4
    • Sarah Warner (Incumbent)
      • Nonpartisan
  • Kansas Court of Appeals Position 6
    • David E. Bruns (Incumbent)
      • Nonpartisan
  • Kansas Court of Appeals Position 8
    • G. Gordon Atcheson (Incumbent)
      • Nonpartisan
  • Kansas Court of Appeals Position 9
    • Karen Arnold-Burger (Incumbent)
      • Nonpartisan
  • Kansas Court of Appeals Position 14
    • Kathryn Gardner (Incumbent)
      • Nonpartisan
  • Kansas Supreme Court Position 4
    • Eric Rosen (Incumbent)
      • Nonpartisan

Kansas State Senate District 4

  • David Haley (Incumbent)
    • Democratic Party
  • Sam Stillwell
    • Republican Party

Kansas House of Representatives District 36

  • Kathy Wolfe Moore (Incumbent)
    • Democratic Party
  • Mark Gilstrap
    • Republican Party

Sometimes we want to learn more or, let’s be honest, anything about a candidate.  It is important to rely on fact checked and unbiased resources about candidates to make decisions.  We have provided links to various sites that will help you decide which candidates you want to vote for!  If you want to learn more before election day, the websites provided allow you to search by candidate, important issues, and even by ballot.  These sites are invested in helping you making educated decisions and will not play to a specific side.  We want you to be able to access information that will help you pick a candidate who aligns with your views.  Your polling location will provide also provide a flow chart on various issues to help you decide how to vote.