Simply fill out an application: English | Español
REMEMBER! If you are currently unaffiliated, you will need to affiliate in order to vote in a partisan primary election. Any registered voter can vote in the general election.
Return the application by mail, dropbox, or in-person to:
Finney County Election Office
311 N. 9th
Garden City, KS 67846
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Check your status on Kansas Voter View
Online Voter Registration * Note you must have a valid Kansas drivers license or non-driver identification card to register online
Print and complete a Registration Application form: English | Español
Finney County Administrative Center
311 N. 9th Street
Register at your local DMV office when you renew your Kansas Driver’s License
Yes. Your residential address determines what appears on your ballot. If your address is incorrect at Election time, you’ll be required to vote a provisional ballot.
Not sure what information we have on file for you? Check your current information at Kansas Voter View.
Visit our Voter Registration pages for more information: English | Español
Visit the Kansas Voter View website provided by the Kansas Secretary of State
Call the Finney County Election Office at 620-272-3575
The Finney County Election Office offers early/advance in-person voting typically beginning about 20 days prior to any election. Be sure to check the current Election Information to see when early voting will begin for the upcoming election.
Finney County voters can apply for a ballot by mail. Print and complete an application: English | Español * Note you must provide a valid Kansas drivers license number or non-driver identification card number on your application.
Visit your polling location on Election Day. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voters must show a photo ID when voting in-person. Valid forms of photo ID
Yes! Voters must show a photo ID when voting in-person and must provide a Kansas drivers license or non-driver identification number on advance voting applications.
Check out Valid forms of photo ID for more information.
Sample ballots are published on the Voter View website.
Note that sample ballots are not available until approximately 5 weeks prior to any election.
You may also contact the Election Office at 620-272-3575 if you are unable to access the website.
Finney County voters can apply for a ballot by mail. Print and complete an application: English | Español * Note you must provide a valid Kansas driver’s license number or non-driver identification card number on your application.
Find your Election Day polling location. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.