Voting Options

Sedgwick County voters can choose how and when they vote.

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Advanced Mail Voting

All Sedgwick County voters are eligible to vote by mail. Click the link above to find out how. 

Military and overseas voters can vote in federal elections by submitting to the Election Office a completed Federal Post Card Application

Early In-Person Voting

Go to the Early Vote Center most convenient for you. You will be checked in through the electronic pollbook. You will have the option to either print your selections by using our touch-screen accessible voting equipment, or to mark your selections on a full page ballot. ALL BALLOTS IN SEDGWICK COUNTY ARE PAPER BALLOTS.

The Election Office begins in-person advance voting 15 days before the election and continues until 12 Noon the Monday before Election Day. Additional satellite sites are open Thursday – Saturday the week before Election Day for local elections, or Tuesday – Saturday for large county-wide elections.

Election Day voting

Voters who choose to vote on Election Day must vote at their designated polling place. NOTE: Due to anticipated high volumes of voters, some polling locations may have long lines. To find your assigned Polling Place check your voter card, call us at (316) 660-7100, or look up your polling location.

Polling Places are open for voting on Election Day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Never voted before? See what to expect at the polling place.

Is there a number I can call with questions?

For 24-hour voter information call 660-7120.