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In Kansas, Registered Voters Have A Few Options To Cast Their Vote

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Jordan Kirtley
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In Kansas, registered voters have a few options to cast their vote: at early polling locations starting 15 days before an election, or at your designated polling location on Election Day. And, for those wanting a more socially-distanced option, registered voters can complete an advance mail-in ballot.

The application for a mail-in ballot is available on the Sedgwick County election website.

In addition to the methods described in the video, in Sedgwick County completed advance ballots can also be returned to secure ballot drop boxes. These drop boxes are located outside and are accessible 24/7. They open on October 14 and will be closed at 7 p.m. on November 3. Below is a map of drop box locations. More details are on the Sedgwick County election website.

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