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James Thompson For Kansas

James Thompson is the Democratic Candidate for the 4th District Special Election on April 11, 2017.

You can learn more about James, his campaign, and how to get involved by checking out his website or Facebook page.

We’re Having A Contest

We need your help to get the ball rolling on a new initiative to help out our community and improve the way our party is viewed by the public.

We know that you care.
We know that you are already out their helping your community.
But it isn’t enough.
Anyone that has ever struggled to help a needy family, planted trees to help the environment, or donated food to the food bank, knows that it is never enough.

We can’t combat the ills of our society by ourselves. We have to unite and be proud of who we are, and what our party stands for.

That is why we are asking you to come up with a new t-shirt design that Sedgwick County Dems can wear when we are at work, volunteering, or just out doing errands. We want people to know that we are here, that we care, and that we are proud to stand together against whatever we may face in the coming years.
Here are the guidelines:
1. It has to have the KDP Sunflower Logo.
2. It has to say Sedgwick County Democrats
3. Submission must be a PDF and in high resolution.
4. Email submission to
5. Deadline for submission is February 17th.
We will vote on the t-shirt design at our next Precinct Committee Meeting. The person with the winning design will get a free t-shirt and a movie-night gift basket valued at $50 dollars.


Merry Christmas

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Honoring our Military and Veterans’ Service to Protect our Freedoms

Veterans Day

Just as we support law enforcement officers, Kansas Democrats also support the men and women of our Kansas National Guard and armed forces as they defend our state and nation. Kansas Democrats led the way in the creation of a Military Bill of Rights to help ease the financial burden of military service. Kansas Democrats pledge to always stand with military personnel, veterans, and their families as they serve as well as when they return home. We support additional help for Kansas veterans as a way to honor their service to our nation.

Kansas Democrats recognize the role both of these groups play in our homeland security efforts. We strongly support providing these brave men and women with the tools, training, and support they need to defend our state from man-made and natural threats.

Kansas Democrats support efforts to increase veterans’ access to health care in their local communities.

Kansas Democrats support our national defense and the continued presence of all US Military bases located in Kansas.

Platform of the Kansas Democratic Party


Don't Forget To Vote


You can also find your voting location by clicking here.

Advance Voting Is Underway

Don't Forget To Vote

Advance Voting Is Now Open In Sedgwick County.

Voting at the Historic Courthouse (501 N. Main, Suite 101) is available:

October 31 – November 4 from 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
November 5 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
November 7 from 8:00 a.m. – noon

Are you ready to caucus?!

2016 Kansas Democratic Party Senate District Caucuses

March 5, 2016

Registration: 1 – 3 p.m. CST

What are the Kansas Caucuses?

The Kansas Caucuses are organizational gatherings of neighbors, run by the Kansas Democratic Party, where Democrats meet to conduct party business and declare their Presidential preference. Democrats gather to elect delegates to the Congressional District convention and address key issues important to their communities.

How many caucuses will take place across Sedgwick County?

There will be 7 caucuses across Sedgwick County, one in each Senate District (25, 26, 27, 28,29, 30, and 16).

Where are the Sedgwick County Caucuses?

In each Senate District across the county. Find your caucus location below.

Who can participate in the caucuses?

Any person who is eligible to vote in state of Kansas and who will be 18 years old on Election Day, November 8, 2016, may participate in the Kansas caucuses. These individuals must reside in the Senate District in which they wish to participate, and they must be registered as a Democrat.  Voter registration and party registration is available on the day of the caucus.

Can press and other non-participators attend?

Yes- all caucus locations are open to the public and press.

How do the Democratic Caucuses work?

All attendees must register from 1:00-3:00 p.m., everyone must be in line by 3:00 p.m. in order to participate. Eligible caucus goers divide to form Presidential preference groups. If a preference group does not have enough people to be considered “viable,” 15% of total caucus goers, eligible attendees will have an opportunity to join another preference group or acquire people into their group to become viable. Delegates are then awarded to the preference groups based on their size.  

How do I know where to caucus?

To check your registration status and find out your Senate District, click HERE. Under “District Name” find the line that says “Kansas Senate” and use the number next to it to find your location below. Caucus locations are NOT the same as polling locations.

Where is my caucus location?

16 – Andover Community Center, 1008 E. 13th St, Andover, KS 67002

25 – SEIU Hall, 3340 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67203

26 – Apollo Elementary School, 16158 Apollo St, Goddard, KS 67052

27 – Maize South Elementary School, 3404 North Maize Rd, Wichita, KS 67205

28 – Machinists Union Hall 3830 S. Meridian Ave, Wichita, KS 67217

29 – WSU CAC Theatre, 1845 Fairmount St, Wichita, KS 67260

30 – Coleman Middle School, 1544 N. Governeour Rd, Wichita, KS 67206

Visit the Kansas Democratic Party’s website to find other caucus locations outside Sedgwick County.

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