Voter Resources

Explore the 14th District, find out which districts you live in, and learn how to vote for Ashley.

Simplifying Democracy

State-level politics always seems to take a back seat to federal policy and elections—at least in terms of the media most people consume on a daily basis. I hope this is a useful resource for Missouri voters to better understand where they live and who is representing them in Jefferson City.

District 14

Where is it? Glad you asked!

Find your districts

Where, exactly, do you live?

your elected officials

Who represents you in Jeff. City?

Voting Checklist

Register to vote & find your polling location.

District 14

The 14th District is located in the Kansas City Northland. It includes Platte and Clay Counties, Kansas City, Lake Waukomis, parts of Riverside and Platte Woods.

District 14 is home to 25,571 active voters, and I look forward to reaching out to as many of you as possible between now and November 3!

Find Your Districts

State-level politics can be tough to follow. If you don't know which State House , State Senate, School and Congressional districts you live in, click the button below for an interactive map that will help you figure it out.

Find Your Districts

Your Elected Officials

You have an elected State Representative and State Senator who represent you in the Missouri Legislature. Find out who's currently representing you and how they're voting by clicking the button below and typing in your address.

Find your elected officials

Voting checklist

Mark Your Calendars—Election Day is November 3, 2020!

Register to Vote or Check your registration

Whether you need to register to vote for the first time, or you want to double, triple or quadruple check your registration, you can do it here.

Find or Confirm your Polling Location

Next, you need to figure out where you're going to vote. You can find your polling location here.

Make a plan

Click here to find out when the next election is and see a sample ballot. Then, mark your calendar and make a plan to get to your polling location that day. Or request an absentee ballot if you know you'll be unable to vote in-person. If you want to know more about candidates or issues, please feel free to reach out, and I'll help you find some reliable resources.