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Announcements & Public Notices

  • APRIL 4, 2023 PRIMARY MUNICIPAL ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT AVAILABLE NOW:  Sample Ballot for April 4th 2023 Primary Municipal Election Available Here.

  • ABSENTEE BY MAIL APPLICATION FOR APRIL 4, 2023 PRIMARY MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOW AVAILABLE: The application to receive an absentee ballot by mail for the April 4, 2023 Primary Municipal Election is now available! Click here for more information and to download the application.  
  • VOTER ID LAW: Per HB1878, which is now in effect, Voter ID law has changed in Missouri. Missourians are now required to show a nonexpired photo ID issued by the state of Missouri, the United States, or the US Military to vote. Click here to view the full list of accepted IDs.

  • BOARD MEETING:  The Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners will hold a regular meeting of the Board on Thursday, February 16, 2023 at 12:00 PM via the telephone. For further information, please contact KCEB by telephone: (816)842-4820 or email: kceb@kceb.org. 

  • ELECTION CALENDAR: Take a look at the Missouri Secretary of State's website for possible KC elections to be held in 2023.  Check it out here.

  • ELECTION SAFETY MEASURES: For the health and safety of all voters, election workers and staff, the Kansas City Election Board has taken the following safety measures.

  • Each Polling Place will have an 8 ft. barrier at each of the voter check-in tables. Election workers will be encouraged (but are not required) to wear masks for the duration of election day.

  • Hand sanitizer, alcohol wipes, Lysol wipes, Lysol spray, and anti-microbial spray will be used frequently to sanitize equipment and other hard surfaces.

  • Sterilized styli will be used for Poll Pad voter check-in and on Ballot Marking Devices. 

  • Single use pens and pencils will be used for voters voting on paper ballots. 

  • School gymnasiums, Community Centers and cafeterias will be used to ensure proper social distancing of voters and election workers. KCEB is working hard to keep Kansas City Safe.