KANSAS CITY, Mo. — If you live in the Kansas City area and are trying to find out where to vote in an upcoming election, 41 Action News has created a list of resources to find your polling location.
Locate your state then your county to find out where to cast your vote. Polling places can vary from election to election, so be sure to check closest to the one you are voting in.
- Johnson County: Access the Johnson County Election Office polling place search online.
- Leavenworth County: Visit the Kansas Secretary of State VoterView lookup.
- Wyandotte County: Visit the Kansas Secretary of State VoterView lookup, or call 913-573-8500 for a replacement Certificate of Voter Registration.
- Cass County: Visit the Missouri Secretary of State Voter Lookup Portal then match your precinct number to the Cass County list of polling locations, located on the left menu of the County Clerk/Election Authority portion of the county website.
- Clay County: Check your Voter ID card or call 816-415-8683, then look up your location on the Clay County Board of Election Commissioners website
- Jackson County: Visit the Jackson County Election Board website and complete the voter lookup search.
- Platte County: Visit the Missouri Voter Outreach Center portal and search for your residential address.
Additionally, Kansas City, Missouri, residents can use the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners website to search their polling place. Simply select the "Where Do I Vote?" button on the left-hand column and enter address information to search.