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January 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     January 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

February 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     February 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

March 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     March 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

April 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     April 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

May 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     May 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

June 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     June 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

July 2018 Budget Reports (PDF)     July 2018 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)


Cloud County 2017 Budget (PDF)

January 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     January 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)     

February 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     February 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

March 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     March 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

April 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     April 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

May 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     May 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

June 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     June 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

July 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     July 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

August 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     August 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

September 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     September 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

October 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     October 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

November 2017 Budget Reports (PDF)     November 2017 Invoices Paid Reports (PDF)

End of Year 2017 Budget Report (PDF)

Cloud County Clerk

Shella Thoman

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Kansas Voting Law

The new Kansas voting law—it's just that easy.

If you're a registered voter, bring one of these to the polls:

  • Driver's License
  • Nondriver ID Card
  • Concealed Carry Handgun License
  • U.S. Passport
  • Government Employee ID
  • U.S. Military ID
  • Kansas College ID
  • Government Public Assistance ID
  • Indian Tribe ID

Changes in Kansas Voting Law

On April 18, 2011, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed the Kansas Secure and Fair Election (S.A.F.E.) Act into law.

  • Kansas voters must show photographic identification when casting a vote in person; and
  • Kansas voters must have their signature verified and include a copy of an acceptable form of photographic identification or provide a full Kansas driver's license or nondriver ID number when voting by mail.

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