(WICHITA, Kan.) — Candidates in Sedgwick County are working overtime these last few days before the primary election. The goal is to get as many people to the polls as possible.
This year several races in Sedgwick County will be decided in the primary on Tuesday, August 7, because there is no opponent in the general election.
Not all registered voters are eligible to vote this time. The primary is open only to Kansans who have affiliated with the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, or no political party when registering to vote.
Because of delayed redistricting at the state level, you may not be in the same district you were before. It happened to one voter during advance voting in Sedgwick County Thursday. He was given an incorrect ballot. The Sedgwick County Election Commissioner says this could be because of redrawn boundaries.
Call your local election office if you have any questions or click on the link below.