Tuesday, September 26, 2017 is National Voter Registration Day and all of our Kansas City Public Library locations are ready to register you to vote.
Your local elections are important, and being able to vote is the best way to participate.
On Sept. 26, visit any of our locations and staff can register voters in one of two ways:
- Library staff can provide a voter registration card for you to fill out and mail.
- Trained registrars at Library locations can register people immediately in-person.
But, we are also happy to register you to vote or update your voter registration at any of our locations on ANY day we’re open.
You can register to vote if:
You need to re-register to vote if:
- you move
- you change your name
- complete a felony sentence
There are 3 ways to register or re-register to vote:
You must provide proof of identification to register to vote.
To register with the affidavit, you do need to bring one of the following:
For complete information on what forms of identification are required, please visit ShowIt2Vote.com.
To learn more, head to kclibrary.org/voter-registration.
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