Spring General – April 2
Mar. 12 – Last day to register
Mar. 13 – Advance voting by mail begins
Mar. 26 – Advance voting in person begins
Apr. 1 – Advance voting in person closes (12:00 Noon)
Apr. 2 – Spring General
Don’t Sit This One Out!
We know you are busy – meetings, recitals, reports, fundraisers, soccer, vacations, back-to-school activities, and life. It should be easy to learn about candidates in a non-partisan, unbiased way, so you can make an informed decision and get on with your day. Just 1 in 5 registered voters in Johnson County voted in the last Primary Election – meaning the people who represent you were selected by a small minority of voters.
Area Chambers of Commerce with members doing business in Johnson County – large and small, from Spring Hill to the State Line – are working together to help inform our members, their employees, and the citizens of Johnson County about where the candidates stand on issues that are important to you.
We asked local elected officials and candidates questions to determine their views on issues important to our organizations, member businesses, and communities. We asked candidates to provide detailed responses with specific recommendations for how to make Johnson County – and Kansas – a better place to live, work, and do business. This web site will not tell you whom to support, but will provide you the resources in a user-friendly format to enable you to compare the candidates and make informed decisions. VOTEJOCO.COM will give you links to find information about registering, voting, candidate profiles and even schedules for candidate forums. Please use the information provided on this site to determine which candidates best serve your community, business and family.
Most importantly, VOTE!
Click on the RESOURCES tab for more information about voting, and CANDIDATE PROFILES for information on the candidates.
Your vote is important, thank you for your time and for making a difference with your VOTE.
VoteJoCo.com is sponsored by area chambers of commerce who serve Johnson County, providing information about public policy issues impacting area businesses. Our members’ businesses provide jobs for thousands of individuals in the region and inject millions of dollars into our local and Kansas state economies.