Voting absentee this year? Or by mail? The Kansas City Public Library is now providing free ballot notarization services, offered during scheduled drop-in sessions or by appointment at select locations. Learn more about how to get your ballots properly notarized before the November 3 general election.
The Library is taking part in local education and outreach efforts to have everyone in our metropolitan area represented in the 2020 Census, helping to ensure Kansas City receives its fair share of federal funding in the years to come. How have the Library's Census outreach efforts changed due to the pandemic? We're meeting people out in the community through our Pop In at the Park series and working with other organizations to encourage participation. Learn more about the Census and why it matters for Kansas City.
This fall’s election encompasses a number of political races, statewide initiatives, and local issues. Voters have many important choices to make -- and among them is the Library Question. As you prepare to head to the polls on November 6, take a moment to review all the items on the ballot and familiarize yourself with the language and details.
Registered and Ready to Vote? Join the Library for National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 22, 2020
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 is National Voter Registration Day, when we ensure participation in our country’s democratic process by registering to vote or updating our records. Find out what you need to know to prepare for the November 3 general election, and explore more voter resources.
Registered and Ready to Vote? Join the Library for National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 24, 2019
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 is National Voter Registration Day, is National Voter Registration Day, when we ensure participation in our country’s democratic process by registering to vote or updating our records. While those who are eligible to vote can register anytime during operating hours at any Library location, a number of special voter registration activities take place September 24 in partnership with the Kansas City Board of Elections and the League of Women Voters.
Kansas City voters go to the polls on April 2 2019, to weigh in on several races and issues. Want to be prepared to cast your ballot? The Library has an array of election resources, including video from recent mayoral forums, to help you make informed choices on Election Day.
Kansas City voters go to the polls on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, to vote on several races and issues. Among the highest-profile ballot questions: Who will succeed outgoing Mayor Sly James - Jolie Justus or Quinton Lucas? If you're looking for election information, needing to research candidates and issues, and hoping to be fully prepared to cast your ballot, the Library has an array available resources, including video from the June 12 mayoral forum hosted by the Library and KSHB-TV.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Searching for what's on the ballot? Need to find where to vote? The Library has you covered with important resources to keep you informed and up to date.
Kansas City Public Library officials say they are moving forward with plans to implement upgrades of both services and facilities after approval of the first increase in the Library’s property tax-based levy in 22 years on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.