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Information on this page covers general topics of the election processes.  Documentation concerning past, present, and future elections can be found in the Document Center, under the Clerk folder and then the Election folder (or click here).

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 For information on the following topics, click here.
  • Voting Assistance • Voting Hours
  • Party Affiliation • Write-In Voting
  • Sick, Physically Disabled, or Illiterate Voters

America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA)

    A first-time voter is a person who has registered but has never voted in Harper County and has not provided identification to the election office prior to the election.

    First-time voters need to provide identification to a county election official to be eligible to receive a ballot. The name and address on the form used for identification must match the voter registration information given to the election office. Acceptable forms of ID are as follows:

        • Current and valid driver’s license or non-driver’s ID card issued by the Kansas Division of Motor Vehicles
        • Current utility bill
        • Bank statement
        • Paycheck
        • Government check
        • Other government document showing correct name and current address

    Providing documentation before election day allows the election process to run more smoothly at the polling places. First-time voters who have not previously provided identification will be asked to do so at the polling place before voting.

    To check if you are considered a first-time voter, please contact the Harper County Clerk’s Office at 620-842-5555.

Harper County, KS
201 N. Jennings Ave.
Anthony, KS  67003
Ph: 1-877-537-2110