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Nov 03

Historical Resources on Kansas Elections

Posted on November 3, 2016 at 9:38 AM by Bill Sowers

A reminder to historians... As we approach the 2016 elections here are some resources providing historical election related information for Kansas:

1899-2010 KANSAS ELECTION STATISTICS VOLUMES
(KGI Online Library website)
(Includes vote counts for primary and general elections in most volumes)

KANSAS ELECTION STATISTICS 1980-2016
(Kansas Secretary of State website)

SECRETARY OF STATE KANSAS ELECTION CANDIDATES LIST 2002-2016
(Kansas Secretary of State website)

From KANSAS MEMORY (Kansas Historical Society)
Government and Politics - Territorial Government - Elections
Government and Politics - Elections
Manuscripts - Elections Collection

For additional information on voter statistics see:

Cabe, June G. and Charles A. Sullivant. Kansas Votes: National Elections 1859-1956. Governmental
Research Center, University of Kansas. Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1957.
https://archive.org/details/kansasvotesnatio00cabe

Hein. Clarence Jacob and Charles A. Sullivant. Kansas Votes: Gubernatorial Elections 1859-1956.
Government Research Center, University of Kansas. Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1958.
http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015081958004

Titus, Charles H. Voting in Kansas, 1900-1932. Kansas Historical Quarterly (August 1935). Kansas Historical Society.
http://kshs.org/p/kansas-historical-quarterly-voting-in-kansas-1900-1932/12653

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