Vote 2018: What's on the ballot in Missouri & Kansas

KMBZ News Staff
November 05, 2018 - 12:09 pm

It's going to be a busy day at the polls for Tuesday's Election Day.  This 2018 midterm election is drawing a lot of interest from voters and election workers expect large turnouts.

Thousands have already voted early in Kansas. In Missouri, there's no early voting, just absentee, so prepare for the possiblity of waiting in line to cast a ballot.


Here's a way to PREPARE YOURSELF before you arrive to vote.

If you live in KANSAS - enter your address on this sample ballot and you'll know exactly who you'll be voting on and in which district.  A relatively short ballot, no major questions before Kansas voters.

In MISSOURI... well, the ballot is a tad bit longer.  Multiple questions on a variety of subjects, both statewide and local.

Missouri residents can do the same to look up your specific ballot with all the candidates and questions.  Just enter your Missouri address to see your ballot.


The Kansas City Star has also put together a handy voting guide:





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