Old Historic Sedgwick County Courthouse
510 N. Main Suite 101:
July 23 to July 27: 8 am to 5 pm
July 30 to August 3: 8 am to 5 pm
August 6: 8 am to noon
Independent Living Resource Center
3033 W. 2nd St N :
August 2 and August 3: 12 noon to 7 pm
Saturday, August 4 9 am to 4 pm
NOW YOU CAN VOTE ON SATURDAY!
You can vote on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd from 9 am until 4 pm at any of
the following locations in our area:
Independent Living Resource Center
3033 W. 2nd St N.
Westlink Church of Christ
10025 W. Central Ave.
You have three convenient voting options to choose from in Sedgwick County:
Vote Early at Home:
To vote early at home you can go online at www.ksvotes.org and complete an an Advance Ballot Application online. That is the easiest way or you can click this link: Advance Voting Application and mail or fax it to the Sedgwick County Election office. After you complete an application (either online at www.ksvotes.org or by filing out an app and mailing or faxing it in) the election office will mail a ballot to your house where you can mark it in the comfort of your home. They start mailing ballots 20 days before Election Day. The voted ballot must be returned to the Election Office by 7 p.m. on Election Day or may be mailed with a postmark of election day (must arrive in election office by the Friday following the election).
Vote Early in Person:
Go to the Advance Vote Center most convenient for you. You can vote at any of the 15 locations in Sedgwick County. They will check you in by computer. You can vote on a voting machine or by paper ballot.
The Election Office begins in-person advance voting 13 days before the election and continues until 12 Noon the Monday before Election Day. Additional available sites are open Thursday – Saturday the week before Election Day.
Vote at your polling place on Election Day (August 7 Primary day and November 6, 2018 Election Day):
Polls open at 6 am and close at 7pm. You must be in line by 7pm to vote. You also must go the polling place assigned to your precinct. In district 95, you vote at the Independent Living Resource Center if your zip code is 67203. You vote at Westview Baptist Church if your zip code is 67209. If your zip code is 67213 you vote at West Side Church of God if you live east of Meridian and at Westview Baptist Church if you live west of Meridian.
Who is eligible for advance voting?
Any registered voter who wishes to vote in advance of election day is eligible and may apply for an advanced voting ballot. Advance voting begins 20 days before an election. Ballots will be issued until noon the day before elections; however, advance by mail ballots MUST be turned in before polls close on Election Day at 7 pm. If you need to have someone hand deliver a completed advance ballot to the Sedgwick County election office please call 262-7534.
What do I need in order to vote in advance?
A signed application is required before an advance ballot can be issued.
Applications for elections can be mailed to the Sedgwick County Election Office, 510 N. Main, Suite 101, Wichita, KS 67203.
Where can I get an advance voting application? The easiest way is to go to www.ksvotes.org and fill out an application online or you can
Download an advance voting application or call the Sedgwick County Election Office at 660-7100 to request one. Voters can vote in person in advance 13 days before the scheduled election date at the Sedgwick County Election Office or during Early voting hours at one of 15 satellite voting locations the Thursday-Saturday prior to the scheduled election date (Tuesday-Saturday prior to November General Elections).
Where do I send my advance voting application?
Signed applications should be mailed to the Election Office at 510 N. Main Street, Suite 101, Wichita, KS 67203.
Where can I get my advance ballot?
Beginning 20 days before the election, an advance ballot will be mailed to one of three locations, specified by the voter:
A voter can also apply and can vote in advance 13 days before the scheduled election in designated locations.
For 24-hour voter information call 660-7120.
Voting in Kansas is easier than ever. With advance voting, any registered voter can vote by mail or in person before election day.
If you have questions, call toll-free 1-800-262-VOTE (8683) or the Sedgwick County election office at 660-7100 or call their 24 hour voter hotline at 660-7120.