Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Early Voting Begins October 22!!!

The Polls are now open! Early Voting begins today in Kansas! If you are registered to vote and would like to avoid the crowds and the lines, we encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity to vote early in this year's election.

Early voting is available for all registered voters regardless of your assigned polling place. If you would like to vote early, all you need to do is stop by any one of the early voting locations.

The Early voting locations and their hours of availability are as follows.

Sedgwick County Elections Office
1st Floor of the Historic Courthouse
510 N Main St
Wichita, Kansas

October 22 – 24 : from 8am until 5pm
October 25 : from 9am until 4pm
October 27, 29 : from 8am until 5pm
October 28, 30, 31 : from 8am until 7pm
November 1 : from 9am until 4pm
November 3 : from 8am until 12 noon

Additional Dates, times, and locations

October 28, 30, 31 : from 12pm until 7pm
October 29 : from 12pm until 5pm
November 1 : from 9am until 4pm

Bel Aire City Building
7651 E Central Park Ave

Center for Health and Wellness
2707 E 21st St N

Church of the Holy Spirit
18218 W Hwy 54, Goddard

First United Methodist Church
560 N Park, Valley Center

Grace Presbyterian Church
5002 E Douglass Ave

Haysville Activity Center
7106 S Broadway, Haysville

Independent Living Resource Center
3033 W 2nd St N

Marantha Worship Center
888 S Webb Rd

Reformation Lutheran Parish Hall
7601 E 13th St N

Sedgwick County Zoo
Cargill Learning Center
5555 Zoo Blvd

Sharon Baptist Church
2221 S Oliver

St Andrews Lutheran Church
2555 Hyacinth Ln

Westlink Church of Christ
10025 W Central Ave

Woodlawn United Methodist Church
431 Woodlawn Blvd, Derby

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