Voters who want to cast a ballot early still have time, but not much. Kansans will have to move quickly to vote in advance at their county election office before the cut off. We get more from KPR’s Stephen Koranda.
The deadline is looming, voters have until noon today (MON) to cast an advance ballot in person. Voters now need to bring and show a photo ID at the polls when casting a ballot. For more info on voting, including a list of all county election offices, visit voteks.org. For voters who want to cast a ballot on election day, the polls in Kansas will be open tomorrow (TUE) from at least 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.