November 8, 2022 General Election

Election of National Officials

  • U.S. Senate - 6 Year Term
  • U.S. Representative - 2 Year Term

Election of State Officials

  • Governor/Lieutenant Governor - 4 Year Term
  • Secretary of State - 4 Year Term
  • Attorney General - 4 Year Term
  • State Treasurer - 4 Year Term
  • Commissioner of Insurance - 4 Year Term
  • State Representatives - Districts 5, 8, 14 - 30, 39, 43, 48, 49, 78, 108, 117, 121 - 2 Year Term
  • State Board of Education - Districts 3 - 4 Year Term
  • Kansas Supreme Court Justice - 6 Year Term
  • Kansas Court of Appeals Judges - 4 Year Term
  • 10th Judicial District Judges - 4 Year Term
  • District Magistrate Judges, 10th Judicial District - 4 Year Term

Candidates for the offices listed above must file their paperwork at the Secretary of State's Office in Topeka. 

Election of County Officials, and City Officials

  • County Commission Chairman - 4 Year Term (nonpartisan)
  • County Commissioner - Districts 1, 4, 5 - 4 Year Term (nonpartisan)
  • Prairie Village - Mayor - 4 Year term (nonpartisan)
  • Township Clerk - 4 Year Term

Candidates for the local offices listed above must file their paperwork at the Johnson County Election Office.

Judicial Retention Questions

  • Kansas Supreme Court Justice - 6 Year Term
  • Kansas Court of Appeals Judges - 4 Year Term
  • 10th Judicial District Judges - 4 Year Term
  • District Magistrate Judges, 10th Judicial District - 4 Year Term

Find more information about these questions here.

Ballot Questions

  • Constitutional Amendment 1 -The purpose of this amendment is to provide the legislature with oversight of state executive branch agencies and officials by providing the legislature authority to establish procedures to revoke or suspend rules and regulations.
  • Constitutional Amendment 2 -This amendment would preserve the right of citizens of each county that elected a county sheriff as of January 11, 2022, to continue electing the county sheriff. The amendment would also provide that a county sheriff only may be involuntarily removed from office pursuant to either a recall election or a writ of quo warranto initiated by the attorney general.
  • Mission Hills Question -A resolution authorizing submission to the electors of the City of Mission Hills, Kansas the proposition of continuing the one-quarter percent (0.25%) increase to the city's one percent (1%) general purpse retailers' sales tax providing for the giving of notice of such question submitted election.

Find more information about these questions here.