Early in-person voting is picking up in Kansas following a slow start.
The Kansas Secretary of State’s Office says as of yesterday, 134-thousand people had taken part in early in-person voting ahead of next week’s election.
That marks an increase of one-thousand voters from the same time ahead of the 2018 midterm election.
In-office advance voting continues 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. Additionally, the office will be open this Saturday from 9 till 4. Voters do not need a special reason or permission to vote in advance.
The final day for advance voting is Monday, November 7th, at noon.
The General Election is Tuesday, November 8th. Polls on election day will be open from 7am till 7 pm.