Advance voting for the November general election is underway across Kansas, including locally in Saline County. Mail ballots starting being sent last week, and in-office advanced voting began Monday.
Registered voters can cast ballots in person at county election offices or satellite voting locations, or via mail. The last day to apply for an advanced ballot by mail is Tuesday, October 31st.
Each individual clerk’s office sets it own in-office voting hours. In-office advance voting is open this week at the Saline County Clerk’s office. Government-issued identification is required to vote. Registered voters can vote in person in the office at the Salina City / County Building at 300 W, Ash during normal business hours.
Voters do not need a special reason or permission to vote in advance. The final day for in-office advance voting is Monday, November 6th, at noon. Ballots in the mail post marked on or before Election Day can be received through Friday, November 10th.
In Salina voters will elect three candidates for the Salina City Commission. The two who revice the most votes will elected to four-year terms while the candidate who finishes third will be elected to a two-year term. Candidates include:
- Trent W. Davis
- Jerry Ivey II
- Raiden AJ Gonzales (WITHDRAWN)
- Robert Klingberg
- Haley Helzer
- Chad Farber
- Michael L. Hoppock
Board members for school districts s in the area will also be elected.
The General Election is Tuesday, November 7th. Polls on election day will be open from 7am till 7 pm.
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