Making Democracy Work

LWV Educating for Democracy since 1920

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization, open to both women and men, encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Three ways to vote

Generally, there are three ways to vote:
  1. In person - in advance
  2. By mail - in advance
  3. In person - at your local polling place
Avoid long lines at polling places by voting in advance. Find forms, polling places, phone numbers and more at the Sedgwick County Election Office's website.
Have no clue about the location of your polling place? Sedgwick County has a cool tool. Click on the magnifying class and start typing in the street number for your house. Choose from the list the correct address for where you live (which is tied to your voter registration) and the polling place will be identified as well as a list of your representatives. It's a little clunky, so be patient.

Things to Know about Your Government - a printable brochure

Things to Know About Your Government is a brochure published by the League of Women Voters, Wichita-Metro. It lists local, state, and national government officials and representatives, and their contact information. It is intended to be printed on legal size (8.5" x 14") paper.

You can use the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print this file. If it is not currently installed on your computer, a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader is downloadable from Adobe.

Print Things to Know about Your Government and keep it by your phone so you can contact your government officials on issues of current concern. Remember, they work for you.