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Secretary Schwab Reminds Kansans of Election Night Reporting Webpage

Tuesday, March 19, 2024

TOPEKA – Secretary of State Scott Schwab reminds Kansans that the election night reporting webpage will go live today at 5:00 p.m. on the Secretary of State’s website to provide unofficial election results.

Official election results will not be available until the County Board of Canvassers and the State Board of Canvassers have certified the election and all ballots have been counted, including provisional ballots.

This is the first state-run Presidential Preference Primary in Kansas since 1992.

“This election is a historic time for our state,” Schwab said. “I hope Kansans find the election reporting website a useful resource. Polls across the state close at 7:00 p.m. local time, after which unofficial results will begin to be viewable on our webpage.”

Once the results are certified, each political party will take the votes cast from the Presidential Preference Primary and turn them into delegate votes at their party convention, which is controlled by the political parties and set forth in their delegate plans.

“Happy Election Day Kansans; go out and vote,” Schwab said.