The Kansas executive branch exists to uphold the laws enacted by the legislative branch. This branch consists of six elected statewide officers including the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner.
The Kansas judicial branch includes the state court systems created to protect the rights and enforce the responsibilities of Kansas citizens. All Kansas courts are overseen by the judicial branch of the government.
The Kansas legislative branch of government is responsible for making and maintaining laws. Members of both the Kansas House of Representatives and Senate are elected in by the voters of Kansas.