(TOPEKA, Kan.) — Advance voting for the August 3rd is underway in Kansas.
Starting Wednesday, Kansas voters can contact their county election office to request an application for an advance ballot. Voters can also download one by clicking on the link at the left side of this page.
All ballots must be received in county election offices by the close of polls on Tuesday, August 3, the day of the primary.
People can also vote in person at the county election office starting Tuesday, July 27 or up to 20 days before the election, depending on the county.
The deadline to cast an advance ballot in person is noon on Monday, August 2.
The last day to register to vote in the August 3 primary is Monday, July 19.