TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Kansans began casting votes Wednesday for the general election.
Advance voting got underway for the Nov. 6 contests. Registered voters can advance vote by mail or in person at elections offices.
People who are sick, disabled or non-English proficient may receive assistance in applying for and casting advance ballots.
The deadline to apply for advance ballots to be mailed is Nov. 2nd. Ballots must be received in a person's county election office by close of polls Nov. 6th.
Elections information can be found on the Kansas Secretary of State's website, www.kssos.org, or by calling 1-800-262-VOTE.
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