- Members of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine on active duty or an eligible spouse or dependent.
- U.S. citizens (18 years or older) residing outside the United States.
- U.S. citizens overseas by virtue of employment or accompanying spouse or dependent.
Register to Vote
To register, complete the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). If you are unable to access this form, please e-mail at [email protected] or call our office at (913) 715-6800 and we will send the application to you. You may obtain a Registration and Absentee Ballot Request, Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) - from the U. S. Embassy or your Voting Assistance Officer. Kansas does not require that the form be notarized or witnessed. The completed form may be returned by e-mail, fax, or mail:
- E-mail: [email protected]
- Fax: (913) 791-8932
- Mail: Johnson County Election Office - UOCAVA, 2101 East Kansas City Road Olathe, KS 66061
Note: The Application for an Advance Voting Ballot posted on this website does not apply to Federal Service Voters. Please do not submit this application. To qualify for a federal service ballot to be mailed 45 days in advance, the Federal Post Card Application is the only application permitted.
Separate application for each calendar year
The FPCA is valid for the calendar year. The most efficient way to keep informed of upcoming elections is to complete the FPCA annually, with every change of address and at least 90 days prior to an election you wish to vote in.
Receiving your ballot
Federal and state law require ballots to be sent out 45 days prior to Election Day to those who have an active FPCA on file. If you submit your FPCA within 45 days of the election, your ballot will be sent as your application is processed in our office. If you have any questions contact our staff at [email protected]
Returning your ballot
Your voted ballot may be returned by e-mail: [email protected] or fax: (913) 791-8932. If you choose to return your ballot through the postal service, it must be returned in the envelope provided. Whichever method you use, your ballot must be received by the Election Office no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted.
If your voted ballot is returned by e-mail or fax, you are not required to also mail your ballot. To confirm that the Election Office received your ballot, or to ask a question at any time, contact our staff at [email protected]