Early Voting in Kansas

Voting in Kansas is easier than ever. With early voting, any registered voter can vote by mail or in person before Election Day.

Early voting refers to the practice of voting in person or by mail during a designated time period before Election Day.  Kansas offers early voting between October 15th and Election Day.  You don't need an excuse to vote early -- you can take advantage of early voting even if you are capable of voting at the polls on Election Day.

The instructions for how to get a ballot varies by area. Below are statewide deadlines, and area-specific information. If you have questions, call toll-free 1-800-262-VOTE (8683).

Click here for Statewide General Information.

Advance Voting Locations, Dates and Hours by County:

Johnson

Sedgwick

Shawnee

Wyandotte

Douglas

For more information on counties, contact your County Election Officer

Important Statewide Early Voting Dates

October

  • Wednesday, October 15: Early voting begins for general election.
  • Friday, October 31: Deadline for voters to apply for early voting ballots to be mailed.

November

  • Monday, November 3: Noon deadline to cast early voting ballots to be mailed.
  • Tuesday, November 4 (General Election): Early voting ballots must be received in office of County Election Officer by close of polls.

 

 

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