Advocate. Educate. Inform. Empower.
To all who made this election work in our community...
To the dedicated Riley County Elections leaders and staff, to the many local volunteers who reached out to engage voters, to the tireless poll workers and observers, Thank YOU! You showed us how democracy works!
votemhk3.pdfFor those of you who ran for office, we applaud your efforts. Your willingness to step into leadership positions makes this all possible.
Riley County Election Results: (These are not yet finalized. Look at the latest date.)
In case you missed it:
Here is the Zoom video of the League of Women Voters of Manhattan- Riley County Candidate Forums,October, 18, 2020
Riley County Districts 2 and 3, Kansas House of Representatives Districts 51, 64, 66, & 67 and Kansas Senate, District 22
The forum audio was broadcast live on News Radio KMan, 1350AM – 93.3/93.7 FM
Co-sponsored by the local chapters of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), and the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce
Questions about registering to vote or voting? Contact us!
Be Sure. Be Safe.
Are You Ready to Vote Next Time? Want to Vote by mail?
Check your registration and get a mail-in/advance ballot at KSvotes.org. (How to fill out the form) (Mail voting explained) Find your polling place and see your sample ballot for Riley County here. Outside of Riley County, find your information here. Elections Calendar here.Find more information and check out your candidates at Vote411. Need to drop off a ballot? Riley County sites here.
- Here is a good overview, from the LWV of Johnson County, Kansas.
- You must register before you can vote. If you move (even across the hall), change your name or sex, you need to re-register. Do it quickly at KSvotes.org.
- Students, you may register either at your family address or at your college address. You need to decide what works best for you. (More information Here)
- See how to use Riley County's voting machines here. (You may always ask for a paper ballot.)
- Find out who is on the ballot and where the candidates stand on the issues at Vote411.
- Take the Pro-Con Presidential Quiz . (Note: This is non-partisan. The League will never tell you who to vote for...it is your choice!)
- You do not have to vote for every office. Learn what you can, but you may leave some spaces blank. Your ballot is still good.
- If you have trouble, ask the poll workers for help. That is why they volunteer.
- If something goes wrong, you have the right to ask for a "provisional ballot."
- Enjoy exercising your Right to Vote! "Because Democracy is Not a Spectator Sport."
Who we are:
We need to protect the vote! Reverend Jonalu Johnstone of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Manhattan addressed the LWVManhattan-Riley County with this important message. View here.
Keep up-to-date with LWVKansas actions here.
Calendar of events, click here.