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JUNE 3RD CANDIDATE FILING INFORMATION
Primary Election - Tuesday, August 6, 2024
General Election - Tuesday, November 5, 2024
Ballot Drop Box Location - click here to view our Ballot Box Drop Off location
What's on my ballot? - click here to view your sample ballot (this will be updated when they are available)
What is the status of my advance ballot by mail? - click here to view the status
Instructions to Voters
Voter's Rights and Responsibilities
To vote by mail you must complete an Application for Advance Ballot by Mail (PDF format) by printing it out or go to www.ksvotes.org to fill out a form online. KSVotes.org is smartphone compatible for your signature. Please Note: Digital typed signatures are not accepted. We verify your signature against your voter registration record. After you have completed the application, please return it to our office by email, mail, or fax.
A separate application must be submitted for each election, except in the case of permanent illness or disability (see below, Permanent Advanced Voting Status).
Your completed application must be received at the Election Office by the Tuesday prior to the election (K.S.A. 25-1122(f)). Submit your application early to avoid delays!
Ballots will be mailed beginning 20 days before the election.
A person with a permanent illness or disability may apply at any time to the county election officer for permanent advance voting status using an Application for Permanent Advance Voting Status (PDF format). Once a voter obtains permanent status, the county election officer automatically sends the voter an advance ballot by mail for every election they are eligible to vote in.
The voter must specify the nature of the permanent physical disability or illness that makes it difficult or impossible for the voter to go to the regular polling place to cast a ballot. A permanent advance voting applicant is not required to furnish a physician's records or signature, but the applicant should be specific as to the nature of the sickness or disability; using "age" or "failing health" is not adequate. After you have completed the application, please return it to our office by email, mail, or fax.
The Election Office is dedicated to the taxpayers/voters of Saline County; we strive to fulfill the statutory duties of the office in a prompt and effective manner; and continue to make customer service, accuracy, and transparency top priority.
Candidate Election Forms 2024
Local Candidates must file with the County Clerk's Office by June 3rd at Noon
Candidates Declaration of Intention (Form CD)
Appointment of Treasurer
- must be completed before accepting any campaign contributions
Affidavit of Exemption
- If not spending over $1000/election you can complete this form
Statement of Substantial Interests for Local Office (Form SSI)
Kansas Primary Nomination Petition (Form PP)
Public Service Request
- Voter lists may be requested by completing this form
Notice of Time, Place, Close of Registration
Notice of Voting Locations
Notice of Voting Equipment Test
Notice of County Canvass
Notice of Post Election Audit
Notice of Post Election Test
Jamie R Doss, Saline County Clerk/Election Officer