What you need to know about the 2020 Kansas Democratic Primary

Published: Feb. 25, 2020 at 5:26 AM CST
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For the first time since 1992, the Kansas Democratic Party is assigning delegates through a primary, not a caucus.

Executive Director Ben Meers says the party hopes it increases accessibility for voters.

Kansas Democrats can vote either by mail or in person on May 2.

Kansas has a closed primary meaning only democrats can participate, but Republicans can switch party affiliations to vote in the primary.

March 9th -

The Kansas Democratic Party will send an informational mailer to all registered Democrats explaining the primary process.

March 30 -

The party mails a ballot to every registered Democrat.

April 17 -

The last day to request a ballot sent to your house if you have not received one because you recently registered or switched party affiliations.

April 24 -

The last day to have your ballot postmarked for return.

May 2 -

If registered Democrats did not vote by mail, the party will have 50 polling locations across the state.

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