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Thursday
August 13th, 2020

L&T staff report

 

In Kansas, the voter registration deadline is Tuesday, July 14.

Seward County issued a release concerning registration with a few areas of concern for voters.

 

ARE YOU REGISTERED? IS YOUR ADDRESS CORRECT ON YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION?

Verify voter registration for accuracy prior to going to the polls. Accurate information will allow for a smoother process and may reduce the likelihood of long lines and wait times.

 

VOTER REGISTRATION SEARCH

To verify your voter registration information, go to Kansas Voter View.

VOTE BY MAIL OPTION IN KANSAS

There are three options for registered voters to cast a ballot in the upcoming Primary Election (Aug 4).

• Advance by mail (Application required)

• In person advance (Seward County Administration Building)

• Election Day (Assigned polling place)

Registered voters may complete an Application for Advance Ballot by Mail (AV1M) and return it to the County Election Office to receive a ballot by mail. 

The application must be completed in full and must include Kansas driver’s license or non-driver’s identification number. If you do not have such documents, you must send a photocopy of your government issued photo ID as required by Kansas Law.

Sample ballots for the Aug. 4 Primary Election are now available on the “Kansas Voter View”

 

PARTY AFFILIATION = BALLOT STYLE

Democrat Party = Democrat ballot

Republican Party = Republican ballot

Libertarian Party = NO PRIMARY BALLOT party change prohibited K.S.A. 25-3304 (b)

Unaffiliated = Democrat or Republican Ballot (voter must affiliate)

When searching, please note that the search information must match the voter registration file. 

Did you know that high school students can volunteer as poll workers?

For more information on Students Serve go to sos.kansas.gov/services/students-serve/.

Contact the County Clerk/Election Office  for more information at 620-626-3355.

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