Voter Resources for the June 18 KCMO general election

Last modified: 
Friday, June 14, 2019
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.

General Election: TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2019

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VOTER AND ELECTION RESOURCES

Kansas City Election Resources

Kansas City Board of Elections
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KCMO City Council District Map

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Vote 411

The League of Women Voters offers a number of voter resources, including a personalized ballot viewable online that covers your area's races and ballot issues. You can learn about candidates and compare them side-by-side, and then save your ballot for election day by printing, texting, or emailing it to yourself.

Vote 411 Election Guide

Voter Information

The Library can help connect you with the services you need to get registered, determine eligibility or update your information, or find educational resources.  Learn more online or visit any Library location so we can assist you.

Voter resources at the Library
 

Decision 2019: KC's Next Mayor


Less than a week before the June 18 general election, Jolie Justus and Quinton Lucas – the two candidates to succeed outgoing Kansas City Mayor Sly James – faced off on the issues and concerns confronting the city. The public forum was moderated by KSHB-TV news anchors Christa Dubill and Kevin Holmes. Video from the program can be viewed below.

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