2024 Elections 

March 19 – Presidential Preference Primary

Attention Kansas Voters:   A presidential preference primary election will be conducted in Kansas this year. The date of the election, along with the names of the candidates for the office of President will be available on the Secretary of State’s website at VoteKansas.gov or visit your local county election office for more information. 


This is a "closed" primary - click here to see rules -  Party Affiliation Rules PPP2024 (PDF)

Important Dates for March 19, 2024 Presidential Preference Primary --

     Voter Registration or Party Change Deadline:  February 20

     Advance Mail Ballot Applications Due:  February 20

     Advance Ballots mailed out:  February 28

     Advance Ballots must be returned by:  March 19, 7PM  (no grace period for this election)

     Early Voting In Person:  Feb 28 – March 15, 8AM-5PM,  March 18, 8AM-12Noon

Published Notices for This Election: 

     Notice of Close of Voter Registration     


August 6 – 2024 Primary Election

Candidate filing deadline:  Monday, June 3, 2024, at 12:00 Noon

Candidate Filing Forms (click link below):

    Coffey County Offices -  Candidate Filing Forms 2024 (PDF)  

    Township Treasurer or Trustee - Township Candidate Filing Packet PDF

    Precinct Committee - Precinct Committee Candidate Form PDF

November 5 – 2024 General Election

 (more information coming soon)

 See:  https://sos.ks.gov/elections/important-election-dates.html

Questions? Call us at: (620) 364-2191




(click below)

OFFICIAL RESULTS - Nov 7 2023 General Election PDF


Official Results - August 1, 2023 Primary Election (PDF)


Advanced Voting

In-Person Advance Voting

  • In-Person Advance Voting is usually available at the Coffey County Clerk's Office beginning 20 days before each election. Bring your Photo ID.

By Mail Advance Voting

Complete the advance voting application and mail it to:
Coffey County Clerk/Election Office
110 S 6th Street
Room 202
Burlington, KS 66839

You can also fax it to 620-265-0022.


  • You may have your ballot mailed to you starting 20 days before the election.
  • You may vote in person in the county election office 14 days before the election.
  • All ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received in the county election office by the Friday after Election Day.

Special Needs
Special needs voters may receive assistance in applying for and casting advance voting ballots.

Special needs voters also qualify for permanent status so that a ballot is automatically mailed to them without having to reapply for each election.

Voting on Election Day

Polls are open from 7 am to 7 pm. Bring your Photo ID.


Federal Services Voting

Federal services voting is available for military personnel and their dependents as well as civilians and their dependents living abroad. A voter must qualify according to the criteria to vote with a federal services ballot. Federal Post Card Applications (PDF) must be submitted to the Kansas county election officer where the voter is registered or resides.

It is important to note that federal services voting is not the same as advance voting. Registered voters who do not qualify to vote a federal services absentee ballot may apply for an advance ballot in the county where they are registered.