JOPLIN, MO.--- The deadline has already passed in Oklahoma for the June 24th vote. You can still register through August 1st for any primary runoff votes. In Missouri, residents have until July 9th. Kansas voters have through July 15th, but there are some changes in how Kansans sign up to vote.
"The important thing we're needing now is proof of citizenship. That's the requirement that the State of Kansas has now. So just a copy of a birth certificate, a passport," said Rodney Edmondson, Cherokee County Clerk.
While procedures are still the same in Missouri, one of the dates is changing. The governor recently signed a bill moving the 2016 Presidential Primary from February to March. For more information about Missouri registration, click here. For information about Kansas registration, click here. For Oklahoma registration information, click here.
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