You know the Who and the Why,
so let's connect you with the What, When, and Where
The first step in making a difference by voting is ensuring that you're properly registered. Below are resources to get you started:
Check vote.gov to view your status
You’ll need a valid Kansas driver’s license or non-driver’s identification card. Visit the Kansas Secretary of State’s website, kdor.ks.gov to complete your registration.
Download the paper version of the Kansas Voter Registration Application here.
The issues facing Kansans today cross party lines. It's going to take "All of Us, Together!" to make a difference in our communities, our state, and our nation.
Founded in 1828, the Democratic party is the world’s oldest active political party. Find information about the Kansas Democratic party here.
Founded in 1854, “GOP” is short for the “Grand Old Party.” Information regarding the Kansas Republican party can be found here.
The Libertarian party was formed in 1971 and held its first national convention in 1972. Find information about the Libertarian party here.
A large section of the voters in District 82 are unaffiliated. Learn more about open-party elections here at www.openprimaries.org
Kansas House District 82 comprises the cities of Derby and Mulvane. Interested citizens can access information below:
The City of Derby, located in Sedgwick County, Kansas is the largest suburb of Wichita. As of the 2020 Census, the population of the city was 25,625, making Derby the 16th largest city in Kansas. Access information regarding Derby City Government at The City of Derby’s website.
The city of Mulvane, Kansas is located on the borders of Sedgwick and Sumner counties, twenty minutes from Wichita. As of the 2020 Census, the population of Mulvane was 6,286. Information about Mulvane City Government can be found on the City of Mulvane’s website.
Changes at the county government level can be very impactful to its residents. Find contact information below:
According to the 2020 Census, Sedgwick County (SG) is home to 523,824 residents, making it the second-most populous county in Kansas. Wichita, the most populous city in the state, serves as the county seat.
Detailed information regarding Sedgwick County government can be found at their website, www.sedgwickcounty.org.
Although Sumner County (SU) is one of the ten largest counties in Kansas in terms of size, the 2020 Census reports the county’s population at only 22,382. Wellington, KS is the county seat of Sumner County.
A portion of Kansas House District 82 containing part of the city of Mulvane is located in Sumner County. Information regarding Sumner County Government can be found on their website.