Kansas City’s 2022 midterm voting guide: Kansas and Missouri

Your source for info on races, candidates, and extra ballot questions.

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Get ready for a sticker. The 2022 midterm general election is upon us. Voting takes place on Tues., Nov. 8, and we can’t wait to color in some bubbles. Here’s how to get involved and what you’ll be voting on.

Are you registered?

First things first, make sure you’re eligible and registered to vote. Here are tools for Missouri and Kansas, where you can check status + polling place.

When and how to vote

Missouri: On Election Day, 6 a.m.-7 p.m.

Kansas: On Election Day, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

You’ll be required to show either a photo ID or documentation that verifies your current address. Here are resources for what counts in Missouri and Kansas.

What are we voting on?

(D: Democrat, R: Republican, L: Libertarian, I: Independent)



Metro residents will also be asked about retaining judges relevant to their location.

Finally, KCMO residents will also vote yes or no on generating $175 million for parks, fountains, pools, the convention center, and affordable housing. Here’s how that would work.

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