Recent Elections
A summary of the participants of the most recent elections can be found online. A special election for the USD 313 bond issue was held on June 5, 2012 and may be viewed online.

Upcoming Elections
To find out when the next upcoming elections are and who will be running in them please visit in the Kansas Secretary of State website. The website is a great tool to help you find more registration information and polling locations in your area.

The following is a list of elected officials for cities, districts, townships, and the state.
Political Party Officers
Voter Registration
Visit the voter registration website to download a form that you can fill out, print, sign, and mail or drop by the election office at your convenience. You can also register online. You should register if you:
  • Just moved into Reno County
  • Just turned 18 years old or will be 18 before the next election
  • Just became a United States citizen
  • Have never voted before in Reno County
If you are already registered, you should re-register if you:
  • Moved within Reno County
  • Changed your name
  • Want to change your party affiliation
Registration Locations
Voter registration provided by the following offices during regular business hours: 
  • County Clerk's Office - 206 W. 1st, Hutchinson
  • Driver’s License office - 125 W. 2nd, Suite A, Hutchinson
  • Hutchinson Public Library - 901 N. Main, Hutchinson
  • City offices of all 14 cities in Reno County
    • Abbyville
    • Arlington - 111 E Main
    • Buhler - 219 N. Main
    • Haven - 120 S. Kansas
    • Hutchinson - 125 East B
    • Langdon - 18 S. Front Street
    • Nickerson - 15 N. Nickerson
    • Partridge
    • Plevna - 301 S. Main
    • Pretty Prairie - 119 W. Main
    • South Hutchinson - 2 S. Main
    • Sylvia
    • Turon
    • Willowbrook
A complete list of voting locations can be found online.

Voter Registration Facts
  • Approximately 39,000 registered voters in the county
  • An average of 4,000 registration cards processed annually
  • Voter registration cards are filed in office as original documents
  • Voter information is maintained on computer
  • Voter registration lists generated from computer files
  • Voter history maintained on computer