KASB has candidate list, issues overview to assist membersScott Rothschild
As the 2020 election campaign enters its final weeks, KASB members should be talking with candidates about supporting K-12 public education. KASB has prepared a list of 2020 General Election candidates organized by school district and KASB region to assist you in identifying your local candidates. We’ve also prepared an issues overview and a 15-minute YouTube video of the major issues facing public schools.
There will be at least 20 new members in the 125-member Kansas House of Representatives and at least 10 new state Senators. The Kansas State Board of Education will see at least one new member. Kansas will elect a new U.S. Senator and at least two new members of the U.S. House of Representatives, so education leaders should take this opportunity to meet candidates and incumbents to establish yourself as a trusted resource.
The General Election is Tuesday, November 3. October 13 is the last day to register to vote for the election. Advance voting in person and voting by mail begins October 14; voters have until Tuesday, October 27 to request a mail-in ballot.
Mail ballots postmarked on or before Election Day must be received by election offices by close of business on Friday, November 6 to be counted.