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Voter turnout at the last Wichita mayoral primary was only 7.7% according to this Wichita Eagle article. Will you help us turn that around in 2015?

National elections may be sexier and more attention-getting, but local elections have a huge impact on our daily lives in Wichita. The person chosen as the next Mayor of Wichita can affect how well we, as an organization and as individuals, are able to attract, engage, and retain other young professionals.

If you feel you fit in the “low-information voter” category today, don’t worry. We’ve compiled below a list of helpful articles we could find about the mayoral candidates. Read up, then go vote!

Wichita Eagle Issue Articles

Forum Recaps

Wichita Business Journal Candidate Profiles

Other Resources

  • ROCK the VOTE ICT – will be posting video interviews with seven of the 10 mayoral candidates, as well as school board and city council candidates, throughout the day
  • Wichita Eagle Voter’s Guide


When and Where to Vote

Polls in Sedgwick and Butler counties will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Take a valid government-issued photo ID to the polls.

You must vote at your assigned polling place on Tuesday. To find your site, check your voter card or go to See some polling place changes below.

You can also vote at the Sedgwick County Election Office, 510 N. Main, Suite 101, from 8 a.m. to noon on Monday.

If you have questions, call your county election office:

▪ Sedgwick: 316-660-7100

▪ Butler: 316-322-4299

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