How To Vote

The election for JCCC Board of Trustee, local school boards and city elections will be decided on Tuesday, April 5. There are several ways to vote and I have outlined those below. Most importantly, PLEASE VOTE!

Voter Registration:

Voter registration closes 14 days before the election so please register early. For information on registering to vote and registration locations, please visit the Johnson County Election Commissioner's website at: http://www.jocoelection.org/voters/VoterRegistration.htm.

If you are not registered to vote, please register as soon as possible.

Traditional Voting In Person:

The polls will be open on April 5 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Many polling places have changed to be more efficient, so please check your polling place by calling the Johnson County Election Commissioner's office at (913) 782-3441 or visiting the website at: https://voter.jocoelection.org/Search.aspx. You can also view a sample ballot at that website.

Advance Voting In Person:

Beginning March 29 and continuing through noon on April 4, you may vote in person at the Johnson County Election Commission office at 2010 E. Kansas City Road in Olathe.

Voting times are:

  • 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday - Friday, Mar. 29 - April 1
  • 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Saturday, April 2
  • 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon Monday, April 4

Advance Voting By Mail:

Advance voting by mail has become a favorite and convenient method for many, many voters. Here is a summary of the information from the Johnson County Election Commission website on advance voting for the April 5 election. For complete information, please visit: http://www.jocoelection.org/voters/AdvanceVoting.htm#1.

  • Advance voting by mail begins on March 16. Ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on April 5 to be counted.
  • An advance voting application is available on this website: click here.
  • To vote by mail, complete an Application for Advance Voting Ballot by Mail and fax to (913) 791-8931, (913) 791-8932 or (913) 791-8933, or mail to Johnson County Election Office, 2101 E. Kansas City Road, Olathe, KS 66061. A separate application must be submitted for each election unless the voter qualifies for permanently sick/disabled status. You may obtain an application at: http://www.jocoelection.org/PDF/advapp.pdf
  • Applications are also available at the Election Office and libraries. Completed applications must be received at the Election Office before 5:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the election.
  • Your voted ballot may be returned by mail or hand-delivered to the Election Office. After business hours, a drop box is available at the front entrance. Ballots may not be faxed. To be counted, the ballot must be received at the Election Office before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
  • Advance voting ballots can not be turned in at the polling place. These ballots cannot be counted.
"THE FUTURE OF THIS REPUBLIC IS IN THE HANDS OF THE AMERICAN VOTER."
Kansan, General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower

Testimonials

  • Greg has the ability to work with others to guide our Community College in the 21st century.

    Laura McConwell
  • Greg is willing to listen to and learn about the matters that affect the Community College.

    Laura McConwell
  • Greg can balance educational goals with fiscal responsibility to create common sense solutions which will allow our Community College to continue to thrive into the future.

    Laura McConwell
  • Greg Musil is the definition of a public servant. I'm proud to lend my support to Greg Musil for JCCC Trustee.

    Ed O'Connor
  • Greg's unselfish dedication to this community has been demonstrated by his service as a City Councilman, by his service to the Chamber of Commerce and by his support of numerous community issues that impact the lives of every one of us.

    Ed O'Connor
  • Greg has been a visible and effective civic, political and charitable leader within our community. His leadership will contribute to the growth and development of JCCC.

    Bob Reginer
  • In a time when jobs and the economy are critical, the exceptional education provided by JCCC is important to economic growth and Greg Musil is the leader to take JCCC forward.

    Mary Birch
  • It is my honor to support Greg Musil as a candidate for the JCCC Board of Trustees. I have known Greg for 20 years and I have been truly impressed with his proven record of leadership within our community and throughout the state of KS.

    David Lindstrom
  • Greg clearly demonstrates a willingness to invest the necessary time, talent and energy to improve the quality of life throughout Johnson County and the state of Kansas.

    David Lindstrom
  • Greg's personal & professional skills, his honesty, intelligence, thoughtful and common sense approach will serve his constituency, very well.

    David Lindstrom
  • It is without hesitation that I strongly recommend Greg Musil to the JCCC Board of Trustees.

    David Lindstrom
  • JCCC is a unifying link in our County, helping to connect education, jobs and a high quality of life for all citizens. Greg brings a broad perspective to the Board, will ask the right questions, and will work hard to keep JCCC a high quality institution.

    Mike Boehm
  • Johnson County's high quality of life, good jobs and safe streets were built on the legacy of people like Greg. His commitment to public service will always be strong. I'm glad he's my friend and a candidate for the JCCC Board.

    Jill Gerlach
  • My dad loves helping people, whether it's through a charity, Rotary International, the Heart of America Humane Society, or public service. I'm going to vote for him on April 5!

    Elizabeth Musil
  • I grew up knowing my dad was on City Council and I was proud of him. Though I'm too young to vote, I'll still ask you to vote for my dad.

    Madeline Musil
  • Greg Musil understands that JCCC is an important economic engine for Johnson County.

    Rob R. Manes
  • Greg understands the big picture and would help take the college to the next level for upcoming generations. Greg would be a tremendous asset to JCCC's Board of Trustees.

    Rob R. Manes
  • Greg is consistent, reasonable, insightful, and fair. All these traits are in my mind necessary to serve on the JCCC Board of Trustees. Greg exhibits those traits in his daily life, and I support his candidacy for this important position in our community!

    Doug Firebaugh
  • Greg Musil's dedication to his community and to prudent governance is not just a recent phenomena. He has proven it at every stage of his life It is a record of tremendous consistency which speaks for itself.

    Bryan and Lou Ann Biggs
  • Greg has a tremendous passion for this community. His understanding that education is driving force for economic development prosperity in this County is unparalleled.

    Tom Mitchell
  • Greg has worked past political differences of the past. He has served leaders to help make good policy across this state. Where we disagreed was always based in principle and never personality.

    Representative Scott Schwab
  • With Greg as a trustee, consistent policy decisions will be made with more results and less drama.

    Representative Scott Schwab

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Musil for Trustee
11184 Antioch, Box 283
Overland Park, KS 66210
greg@musilfortrustee.com

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