2022 plan offers 16 voting sites

For the 2022 election cycle, the Johnson County Election Office will be providing a greater number of advance in-person voting locations for both the August primary election and the November general election, than in past years.

The 2022 plan is to offer 16 total advance voting locations in Johnson County that will open in two different “waves,” according to Johnson County Election Commissioner Fred Sherman.

“Johnson County voters over the years have mostly embraced in-person voting with an increasing trend towards advance in-person voting,” he said.

“State law allows in-person advance voting to begin up to 20 days before election day at county election offices or satellite voting locations.”

Advance in-person voting will be offered from Saturday, July 16, to Saturday, July 30, for the primary election, and from Saturday, Oct. 22, to Saturday, Nov. 5, for the general election.

Nine advance voting locations will first open on Saturday, July 16, for the primary election, and on Saturday, Oct. 22, for the general election. This will be followed by opening six additional advance in-person voting locations a week later on Saturday, July 23, for the primary elections, and on Saturday, Oct. 29 for the general elections.