What you need to know about the 2020 Kansas Democratic Primary
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.
The Kansas Democratic Party will send an informational mailer to all registered Democrats explaining the primary process.
The party mails a ballot to every registered Democrat.
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.
The last day to have your ballot postmarked for return.
If registered Democrats did not vote by mail, the party will have 50 polling locations across the state.