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  • KCEB TO CEASE WALK-IN TRAFFIC: Due to the “Stay at Home” order enacted on March 21, 2020, by the City of Kansas City Missouri, and conjunction with other local governmental agencies, for the next 30 days or until April 23, 2020, the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners (KCEB) will be open for business, however will not be open to the public for walk-in traffic.

     For people wishing to vote absentee or to register to vote:

    ·   Voters who need to vote absentee are encouraged to download and print the April 7 (changed to June 2) School and Special election absentee ballot application here. The absentee ballot application will be available online through May 20. Absentee ballots must be received by our office no later than 7:00 p.m. on June 2, 2020.

    ·    Kansas City residents who need to register to vote can register online at: https://s1.sos.mo.gov/elections/voterregistration/. The deadline to register for the April 7 (changed to June 2) election was March 11, 2020. However, people registering now will be registered for all future elections.

    For other questions, to schedule an appointment, or to fill out a write-in declaration, please e-mail us at kceb@kceb.org.

    We do apologize for any inconvenience this change may have caused, however it is paramount to ensure the safety of our staff and the voters of Kansas City Missouri!
  • OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS: The March 10, 2020 Presidential Preference Primary Election has been certifired and the official results are now available. To see the full official results, click here.

  • APRIL 7 ELECTION MOVED TO JUNE 2: The School and Special Election originally scheduled for April 7 has been moved to June 2 per Executive Order 20-03 signed by Missouri Governor Mike Parson. To read the full executive order. click here.

  • SECRETARY OF STATE MAKES STATEMENT ON UPCOMING ELECTIONS: To read Secretary Ashcroft's statement regarding upcoming Missouri elections, click here.

  • NATURALIZATION SERVICES POSTPONED: All Naturalization Ceremonies scheduled in the U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri for the month of March are postponed.  KCEB voter registration for applicants will also be postponed.

  • ABSENTEE VOTING NOW AVAILABLE (April 7, School & Special Election): Absentee voting is now available for the April 7, 2020 School and Special Election. Voting is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. through April 6 at the KCEB Administrative Office, 30 W. Pershing Road, Suite 2800, Lower Level B, Kansas City, MO 64108. Click here to view the absentee voting press release. 

  • BOARD MEETING NOTICE: The Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners will hold a regular Meeting of the Board on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. in the Board Room at the offices of the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners, Union Station, 30 West Pershing Road, lower level B, Suite 2800, Kansas City Missouri, 64108.  Results of the March 10, Presidential Preference Primary will be certified during the March Board Meeting.

  • JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: KCEB currently has an open position for a Voter Services Clerk. Applicant must be a Republican and be a resident of Kansas City, within Jackson County for at least one year. To read the full job announcement and learn how to apply, click here.

  • CURRENTLY RECRUITING ELECTION JUDGES: Are you proficient with current technology? Would you like to earn some extra cash? Do you have an interest in the democratic process? If you answered yes to any of these questions, working the polls on election day may be for you!  KCEB is currently seeking both Republicans and Democrats to become part of the KCEB election day team.  Election workers make a total of $180.00 per election.  Fill out the online application here.

  • CHECK YOUR VOTER STATUS: Depending on the type of issues and races on the ballot, your polling location may change from election to election. Click here to get information on your districts,  and find out where to vote. Simply enter your last name and date of birth to get your information.

  • VOTER EDUCATION CLASSES: Would you like to become a more informed voter? Are you interested in learning more about voting laws and procedures in the Kansas City jurisdiction? If you said yes to either of these questions, contact annelissa@kceb.org or johnt@kceb.org to schedule a voter education class for your group or organization.