SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – The primary election on Aug. 3 is a chance for Kansas voters to narrow down the list of candidates in local races before the November election. Depending on where you live in Kansas, the races may include candidates for mayor, city council, city commission, and school boards.
In Sedgwick County, early voting in the election office (inside the old courthouse) began on Monday, July 19.
Beginning July 29, you may go to the Early Vote Center most convenient for you. Poll workers will check you in by computer. You can vote on a voting machine or by paper ballot.
For 24-hour voter information call 316-660-7120.
We will have election results on KSN.com as soon as they are available on election night.