Saturday, December 03, 2016
     

RULES CONCERNING VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED WITHOUT PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP.

 

This notice covers persons who have applied to register to vote and have not yet provided proof of citizenship.  Due to recent court rulings, if you have applied to register to vote at a Kansas Division of Motor Vehicles office, or if you have applied to register to vote using the "Federal Form" voter registration application (as opposed to the standard "state form"), and have not yet provided proof of citizenship, you are registered to vote for the November 8, 2016 general election.  Your name will appear on the poll book for your voting location, and you will be given a standard ballot.  There is nothing further you need to provide subject only to further official notice. 

 

If you have questions concerning your eligibility or this notice, you may contact your local county election office or the Secretary of State at (800) 262-8683.

GENERAL ELECTION

OFFICIAL

NOVEMBER 8, 2016

PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT

HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON/ TIMOTHY MICHAEL KAINE               245

                                     DEMOCRATIC

DONALD J. TRUMP/ MICHAEL R. PENCE                                          1040

                                    REPUBLICAN         

GARY JOHNSON/ BILL WELD                                                              41

                                    LIBERTARIAN

JILL STEIN/ AJAMU BARAKA                                                                22

                                    INDEPENDENT

UNITED STATES SENATE    

ROBERT D. GARRARD - LIBERTARIAN                    49

PATRICK WIESNER - DEMOCRATIC                        158      

JERRY MORAN - REPUBLICAN                                1137     

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1ST DISTRICT     

ROGER MARSHALL - REPUBLICAN                        1000

KERRY BURT - LIBERTARIAN                                  81

ALAN LAPOLICE - INDEPENDENT                           216  

STATE SENATOR 39TH DISTRICT

A. ZACHERIAH WORF - DEMOCRATIC                    167

JOHN DOLL - REPUBLICAN                                      1120

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 115TH DISTRICT   

BOYD ORR - REPUBLICAN                                         103                 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 122ND DISTRICT

J. RUSSELL "RUSS" JENNINGS - REPUBLICAN        149

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 124TH DISTRICT

J. STEPHEN ALFORD - REPUBLICAN                         915           

DISTRICT COURT JUDGE 26TH DISTRICT, DIVISION 2

CLINTON B. PETERSON - REPUBLICAN                    1133       

DISTRICT MAGISTRATE JUDGE 26TH DISTRICT, DIVISION 2

STEVEN A. SANTALA - REPUBLICAN                         1246            

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2

CHRISTOPHER R. KING - REPUBLICAN                       163

CHUCK LOZAR - DEMOCRATIC                                     284

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3

BILL LOWER - REPUBLICAN                                          303            

COUNTY ATTORNEY

LYNN KOEHN - REPUBLICAN                                        1179                                                    

COUNTY SHERIFF

TROY BRIGGS - REPUBLICAN                                       1213           

COUNTY CLERK

PAM CARRION - REPUBLICAN                                       1257            

COUNTY TREASURER

NANCY WEEKS - REPUBLICAN                                      1237            

REGISTER OF DEEDS

CANDY HUFFINE - REPUBLICAN                                    1232          

DUDLEY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

CLINTON L. STALKER - REPUBLICAN                            490        

DUDLEY TOWNSHIP TREASURER

JAMES M. GROTH - REPUBLICAN                                  498               

HASKELL TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

CHARITY HORINEK - REPUBLICAN                                598 

HASKELL TOWNSHIP TREASURER

MICHAEL L. CEARLEY - REPUBLICAN                           659 

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

MARGARET (MEG) WEIDNER - REPUBLICAN               104 

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP TREASURER

PATRICIA STUDE - REPUBLICAN                                   104

SUPREME COURT JUSTICES

SHALL SUPREME COURT JUSTICE BE RETAINED IN OFFICE? (VOTE YES OR NO)

CAROL A. BEIER - POSITION 1

            YES                                    583

            NO                                      691

DAN BILES - POSITION 2

            YES                                    566

            NO                                      700

LAWTON R. NUSS - POSITION 3

            YES                                    582

            NO                                      678

MARLA LUCKERT - POSITION 5

            YES                                    586

            NO                                      669

CALEB STEGALL - POSITION 7

            YES                                    903

            NO                                      365

COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE

SHALL THE COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE BE RETAINED IN OFFICE? (VOTE YES OR NO)

STEVE LEBEN - POSITION 2

            YES                                               614

            NO                                                 603

G. JOSEPH PIERRON, JR. - POSITION 3

            YES                                               588

            NO                                                 626

DAVID E. BRUNS - POSITION 6

            YES                                               837

            NO                                                 384

G. GORDAN ATCHESON - POSITION 8

            YES                                                594

            NO                                                  614

KAREN ARNOLD-BURGER - POSITION 9

            YES                                                608

         NO                                                 596

KATHRYN A. GARDNER - POSITION 14

            YES                                                839

            NO                                                  374

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT QUESTION NUMBER 1

(VOTE YES OR NO)

SHALL THE FOLLOWING BE ADOPTED?

§21. RIGHT OF PUBLIC TO HUNT, FISH AND TRAP WILDLIFE. THE PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO HUNT, FISH AND TRAP, INCLUDING BY THE USE OF TRADITIONAL METHODS, SUBJECT TO REASONABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS THAT PROMOTE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT AND THAT PRESERVE THE FURTURE OF HUNTING AND FISHING. PUBLIC HUNTING AND FISHING SHALL BE A PREFERRED MEANS OF MANAGING AND CONTROLLING WILDLIFE. THIS SECTION SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED TO MODIFY ANY PROVISION OF LAW RELATING TO TRESPASS, PROPERTY RIGHTS OR WATER RESOURCES.

            YES                                                        1180

            NO                                                          122