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Vote August 2, 2022


Official Primary Election Ballot Democratic KC02-04 August 2, 2022

National, State, Township, Precinct, and Question Submitted Election County of Wyandotte, State of Kansas Vote Both Sides 165 To vote in favor of any candidate on the ballot, completely fill in the oval to the left of the person's name.


To vote in favor of any question submitted upon this ballot, completely fill in the oval to the left of the word "Yes"; to vote against it, completely fill in the oval to the left of the word "No". Write-in votes are only allowed if there is a write-in line provided.


To vote for a write-in candidate, write the name of the candidate above the provided line. If you tear, deface, or make a mistake and wrongfully mark any ballot, you must return it to the election board and receive a new ballot.


Instructions to Voter National Offices For United States Senate Vote for One

Mike Andra Democratic Wichita

Paul Buskirk Democratic Lawrence

Mark R. Holland Democratic Kansas City

Robert Klingenberg Democratic Salina

Michael Soetaert Democratic Alta Vista

Patrick Wiesner Democratic Overland Park


For United States Representative 2nd District Vote for One

Patrick Schmidt Democratic Topeka State Offices


For Governor and Lt. Governor Vote for One Pair

Richard S. Karnowski Democratic Seneca and Barry J. Franco Seneca

Laura Kelly Democratic Topeka and David Toland Iola


For Secretary of State

Vote for One

Jenna Repass Democratic Overland Park


For Attorney General

Vote for One

Chris Mann Democratic Lawrence State Offices


For State Treasurer Vote for One


Lynn W. Rogers Democratic Wichita


For Commissioner of Insurance Vote for One


Kiel Corkran Democratic Olathe For State Representative


34th District Vote for One


Valdenia C. Winn Democratic


Kansas City Judicial Offices For District Court Judge 29th District 3rd Division


Vote for One

Delia Maria York Democratic Kansas City


For District Court Judge 29th District 4th Division

Vote for One


William P. Mahoney Democratic Kansas City


For District Court Judge 29th District 5th Division Vote for One


Tony Martinez Democratic Kansas City

David Patrzykont Democratic Kansas City


For District Court Judge 29th District 6th Division Vote for One


Kate Lynch Democratic Kansas City


Judicial Offices For District Court Judge 29th District 10th Division Vote for One


Bill L. Klapper Democratic Kansas City


For District Court Judge 29th District 11th Division Vote for One


Timothy L. Dupree Democratic Kansas City


For District Court Judge 29th District 12th Division Vote for One


Candice Alcaraz Democratic Kansas City

Wesley Griffin Democratic Kansas City


For District Court Judge 29th District 15th Division Vote for One


Aaron T. Roberts Democratic Kansas City



Precinct Offices For Precinct Committeeman KC02-04 Vote for One


Write-in For Precinct Committeewoman KC02-04 Vote for One


Write-in EW Initials Provisional 11 12 61 21 40 41 42 47 51 SAMPLE Vote Both Sides


Question Submitted Constitutional Amendment Vote Yes or No Explanatory statement.


The Value Them Both Amendment would affirm there is no Kansas constitutional right to abortion or to require the government funding of abortion, and would reserve to the people of Kansas, through their elected state legislators, the right to pass laws to regulate abortion, including, but not limited to, in circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape or incest, or when necessary to save the life of the mother. A vote for the Value Them Both Amendment would affirm there is no Kansas constitutional right to abortion or to require the government funding of abortion, and would reserve to the people of Kansas, through their elected state legislators, the right to pass laws to regulate abortion. A vote against the Value Them Both Amendment would make no changes to the constitution of the state of Kansas, and could restrict the people, through their elected state legislators, from regulating abortion by leaving in place the recently recognized right to abortion. Shall the following be adopted? § 22. Regulation of abortion. Because Kansans value both women and children, the constitution of the state of Kansas does not require government funding of abortion and does not create or secure a right to abortion. To the extent permitted by the constitution of the United States, the people, through their elected state representatives and state senators, may pass laws regarding abortion, including, but not limited to, laws that account for circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape or incest, or circumstances of necessity to save the life of the mother. Yes No

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