Registered voters in Johnson County are encouraged to advance vote this weekend by mail or in person at one of six county polling locations.
As of Thursday, Nov. 3, more than 30 percent of Johnson County’s registered voters had already cast ballots — 139,652 total votes.
Registered voters can advance vote in person at one of six sites:
Advance voting is available Friday and Saturday at all six advance polling locations in Johnson County, but advance voting on Monday will only be available at the Johnson County Election Office from 8 a.m. to noon.
Voters are asked to check the hours of their preferred polling site online.
To advance vote by mail, visit jocoelection.org to complete an application for an advance voting ballot by mail and fax or mail to the election office. Applications are available at the election office and county libraries, and completed forms must be received by the election office before 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.
Your ballot must be returned by mail or hand-delivered to the election office before 7 p.m. Nov. 8 to be counted. Advance voting ballots will not be accepted at polling locations on Election Day.
Learn more about advance voting at jocoelection.org or 913-715-6800. Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker is available for media interviews.