Early Voting for the Presidential Preference Primary May Begin

By Trish Svoboda

Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab emphasizes that early in-person voting for the March 19 Presidential Preference Primary may begin as early as today, and it must conclude by March 18 at noon.

To discover the dates, times, and locations for early in-person voting in their county, voters are encouraged to contact their county election office.

“This is the first of three big elections that Kansas voters will participate in this year,” Schwab said. “Even though there is only one race on each party’s ballot, I encourage all registered voters to make their preference known in this important race.”

Just a reminder, the preference primary is closed according to decisions made by both the Republican and Democratic parties. This means unaffiliated voters who want to participate must declare a party affiliation when checking in at their polling place.

The deadline for voter registration in the primary or for requesting an advance by mail ballot was February 20th.

For more information about the Presidential Preference Primary please visit, votekansas.gov. In addition, voters may also find their sample ballot and verify their polling location on the VoterView tab at sos.ks.gov

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