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Try this ten-question test to see what you've learned about Kansas elections.

  1. 1

    State officials are elected:

    • On the first Monday in November
    • On the second Monday in January
    • In spring elections during odd-numbered years
    • In fall elections during even-numbered years
  2. 2

    State Elections are administered by:

    • The Federal Election Commission
    • The Department of State
    • The Kansas Secretary of State and county election offices
    • Local precinct election offices
  3. 3

    Which of the following is not required to register to vote in the state of Kansas?

    • Must be a citizen of the United States
    • Must be at least 21 years old
    • Must have residence established in Kansas
    • Must have valid photographic identification
  4. 4

    These two parties participate in primary elections:

    • The Reform and Libertarian Parties
    • The Libertarian and Republican Parties
    • The Libertarian and Democratic Parties
    • The Democratic and Republican Parties
  5. 5

    Which of the following is an official political party recognized in the state of Kansas?

    • The Libertarian Party
    • The Green Party
    • The Constitution Party
    • The Communist Party
  6. 6

    Who presents the inaugural address?

    • The governor
    • The lieutenant governor
    • Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
    • The secretary of state
  7. 7

    Which of the following is not a type of voting equipment used in Kansas?

    • Direct recording electronic voting machines
    • Optical scanners
    • Ballot marking machines
    • Lever machines
  8. 8

    The deadline to register or change information on your registration card before an election is:

    • 21 days before the election
    • 14 days before the election
    • 5 days before the election
    • 20 days before the election
  9. 9

    Which state agency is in charge of monitoring funds used by candidates and organizations during campaign cycles?

    • The Secretary of State's Office
    • The Governor's Office
    • The Department of Revenue
    • The Governmental Ethics Commission
  10. 10

    This act introduced several changes to the Kansas election system in 2011:

    • The Secure and Fair Elections Act
    • The Help America Vote Act
    • The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act
    • The Bettering Kansas Elections Act
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