Kansas judicial elections
Judges in Kansas participate in retention elections following a commission-selection, political appointment method of judicial selection or partisan elections.
Judicial elections in Kansas are held during even-numbered years.
Only District Court judges in district that hold partisan elections participate in the primary. The candidate with the most votes from each party (Democratic or Republican) in the primary may go on to represent that party in the general election.
The districts with partisan election of judges are:
- 13th District
- 14th District
- 15th District
- 16th District
- 17th District
- 18th District
- 19th District
- 20th District
- 22nd District
- 23rd District
- 24th District
- 26th District
- 27th District
- 29th District 
Appellate judges and appointed district court judges participate in retention elections. Candidates in the districts above advance from the primary election.
|Supreme Court||Court of Appeals||District Court|
|Retention election - 6 year terms||Retention election - 4 year terms||Retention election or partisan election - 4 year terms|
Statewide results are posted on the Kansas Secretary of State website. Results for district court races can be found on the county election websites.