2020 Voters Guide: Douglas County and Kansas races on the ballot in November’s election

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Many important local and state offices will be on the ballot in the general election on Nov. 3. This voters guide will help you get to know some of the issues at stake and refresh your memory about some of the local races that were all but decided during August’s primaries.

To view the Journal-World’s past coverage of the primary elections and the latest on how the election will be conducted during the pandemic, click here for our Election 2020 section.

For even more answers to your election questions, visit the Douglas County elections website or submit your questions to us to pose to Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew.


2020 General Election Voters Guide (10-11-20)

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National


U.S. Senate

Bollier, Marshall have differing opinions on ‘Kansas values’ as state prepares for consequential U.S. Senate race


U.S. House 2nd District

Topeka mayor, Kansas state treasurer vying for U.S. House seat in 2nd Congressional District

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Douglas County


County Commission 2nd District

Democrat Shannon Reid appears likely to win Douglas County Commission seat; Republican who previously withdrew won’t say whether he’s actively campaigning


County Commission 3rd District

Meet the candidates running for Douglas County Commission’s 3rd District seat


Judicial retention

3 Douglas County District Court, 6 state judges face retention elections


District attorney

Many candidates for state and county offices will go unchallenged in November general election


Sheriff

Many candidates for state and county offices will go unchallenged in November general election


Other unopposed local races

Many candidates for state and county offices will go unchallenged in November general election

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State


Kansas Senate 3rd District

Democrat incumbent Holland to face Republican challenger Dove in 3rd District Kansas Senate race


Other unopposed state races

Many candidates for state and county offices will go unchallenged in November general election

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