Sedgwick County saw historically high voter turnout during the midterm election.
More than 160,000 Sedgwick County residents cast votes this year — an increase of nearly 20,000 from 2014.
It is the highest number of votes in a midterm on record from the Sedgwick County Election Office.
The midterm election drew about 53 percent of registered voters in the county — an increase of about one percent from 2014.
Nearly 80,000 Sedgwick County voters cast advanced ballots before the polls opened on Election Day. That is more than a quarter of the county's 302,631 registered voters.
Heading into the general election, Sedgwick County Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman said she expected turnout to be "a little higher" than previous midterms.