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Announcements & Public Notices:  

  • OFFICES CLOSED:  The Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday on Monday, May 27, 2024.  Click here to view full details.
  • MEETING NOTICE:  The Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners will hold a regular meeting of the Board on Tuesday, May 14, 2024 at 12:00 PM at the offices of Husch Blackwell, LLP, 4801 Main Street, 10th floor, Suite 1000, Blackwell Board Room, Kansas City, Missouri, 64112.  Click here to view full details.
  • OFFICIAL RESULTS: The official election results for the April 2, 2024 School and Special Election is available.  Click here to view results in detail.
  • WE ARE AT A NEW LOCATION: The Kansas City Board of Elections has moved out of Union Station to a new location in the Shops on Blue Parkway. We are now operating out of 4407 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. KCMO 64130. Click here to view the full press release. 
  • 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.

  • 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.