Kansas: 1.7 million registered voters and counting

As of July 1, Kansas has 1.7 million registered voters, according to the Secretary of State’s office.

To be exact: 1,701,520.

Of that total, 739,547 are Republican, 488,764  unaffiliated, 462,159 Democrats, 9,883 Libertarians and 1,167 Reform.

Of the state’s 105 counties, only five have more registered Democrats than Republicans: Atchison, Cherokee, Crawford, Douglas and Wyandotte.

Sedgwick County has 254,445 registered voters — 103,204 Republicans, 77,486 unaffiliated, 72,098 Democrats, 1,495 Libertarian and 162 Reform.

Deadline to register for the Aug. 3 primary is July 19.

Kansans may register online here.