Voting early, either in person or with a mail-in ballot, is convenient, effective, and efficient. Convenient, because you can do it on your schedule, or even from home. Effective, because it assures you of no election-day issues, like bad weather or machine malfunctions. And efficient because, once you have voted, candidates and advocacy groups will stop sending you mail and calling your phone (or they should, if they want to save campaign funds).
We encourage you to vote early.
Vote early by mail
To vote by mail, you must apply for an advance voting ballot. This is accomplished by filling out a for and mailing or faxing it to your county election office. In Johnson County, Kansas, where the Be a Voter project is based, this is the link for the form. Print it out, fill it out, and send it in.
When you get your ballot, be sure to follow all the instructions. Ballots must be mailed in separate envelopes, even if they come from the same household.
- Johnson County Advance Ballot Application (and additional information)
- Mail it to Johnson County Election Office, 2101 E. Kansas City Road, Olathe, KS 66061
- or fax it to (913) 791-8931
- or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Secretary of State's Advance Voting information
- Other county election offices
Vote early in person
Voting early in person is governed by your county election office. In Johnson County, Kansas, where the Be a Voter project is based, here is where you can find out more.
- Johnson County in person advance voting begins October 24
- Johnson County advance voting locations