2023 City/School General Election Unofficial Results

Election Day is Tuesday November 7th.  Voting locations Morton County Courthouse and Rolla Community Center from 7:00am to 7:00pm.  Bring your photo ID


Pursuant to K.S.A. 25-3009 - Kansas law requires that after an election, and prior to the meeting of the County Board of Canvassers to certify the official election results for any election in which the canvassers certify the results, the county election officer shall conduct a manual audit or tally of each vote cast in 1% of all precincts, with a minimum of one precinct located within the county.  The precinct or precincts shall be randomly selected, and the selection shall take place after the election.  For Morton County elections, we will audit no less than two races and two precincts for every primary and general election.  The ballot audit for the November 7, 2023 General Election is scheduled for Wednesday November 8, 2023 and will begin at 1:00 p.m. at the Morton County Courthouse, 1025 Morton St., Elkhart, Kansas.

Results for the 2023 Elections

These results are unofficial until canvassing is complete.

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Party Changes Before Primary Are Limited

A new law passed in 2014 by the Kansas Legislature prohibits party members from switching parties during a period beginning on the candidate filing deadline through the date when the results of the August primary are certified. The filing deadline normally is at noon on June 1st. View the Notice from the Secretary of State (PDF).

Three Methods to Cast Your Vote in the General Election

  1. Go to the polls and vote a ballot at your normal polling place.
  2. Go to the Courthouse when Advance Voting begins and vote your ballot in the County Clerk's Office.
  3. Call the County Clerk's Office and request a ballot be mailed to you.

Kansas Voter ID Law

Beginning in 2012, every voter must show a government-issued photo ID document when voting. A voter requesting a ballot by mail must either write his or her driver's license number on the application or send a copy of a photo ID to get a ballot. A voter age 65 and older may use an expired document. Certain individuals are exempt from the ID requirements. More information about the Kansas Voter ID Law, as well as a list of documents that may be used as photographic identification for purposes of voting in Kansas, may be found on the Secretary of State's website.

  1. Kansas voters must show photographic identification when casting a vote in person; and
  2. Kansas voters must have their signature verified and include a copy of an acceptable form of photographic identification or provide a full Kansas driver's license or non-driver ID number when voting by mail.