Each of the 105 counties in Kansas has a county election officer
responsible for conducting all official elections held in the county. In the
four largest counties - Johnson, Sedgwick, Shawnee and Wyandotte - the election
officer is the election commissioner, appointed by the secretary of state. For
the other 101 counties it is the county clerk, elected by the voters in the
county. View a list of what voting system each county uses.