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The primary election is a partisan election. It is the political party’s opportunity to nominate a candidate to be on the November General Election Ballot.
If you are an unaffiliated voter and wish to vote at the primary you will be asked to declare which party’s ballot you wish to vote. In Kansas that is either a Republican or Democratic ballot. After the election if you don’t want to be affiliated with a party you may re-register through the County Clerk’s office.
Your party affiliation cannot be changed after June 1st unless you are an unaffiliated voter.
If you are registered as a Republican on the date of the election you will be given a Republican Ballot. If you are registered as a Democrat you will be given a Democratic ballot.
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For those areas not in the city limits, the rate is 7.5% as of July 1, 2015. The City of Perry is 8.00%. The City of Valley Falls is 8.5% and the City of Oskaloosa is 8.5%. The City of Ozawkie is 8.5%. All other cities in the county are 7.5%. The following link will allow you to look up sales tax rates in Kansas by address and calculate how much they will be based on the amount of the purchase.
To find out if you are registered to vote, you can call our office at (785) 403-0000 or you can check online through the following website.