TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – The Kansas Secretary of State announced in a tweet Tuesday afternoon that nearly 500,000 advance mail-in ballots have been sent to Kansas voters.
Today is the last day to request a mail-in ballot.
Voters in Kansas have until the end of the day Tuesday to apply for a mail-in ballot for the upcoming presidential election.
Thousands of voters have received an application for a mail-in ballot in the mail, but Shawnee County Election Commissioner Andrew Howell said it’s too late to try to send it back through the mail.
Howell’s advice is to bring the ballot to the board of election or drop it off at a ballot box.