Advance Voting Set to Close in Kansas
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Voters in Kansas are heading to the polls for the last few hours of advance voting in the state before Election Day.
Advance voting ends at noon in Kansas. In Johnson County, voters can cast their ballots at the Johnson County Election Office at 2101 E Kansas City Road in Olathe, while voters in Wyandotte County can go to the Wyandotte County Election Office at 850 State Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas.
Voters in Kansas are required to show a government-issued photo ID. Registered voters in Missouri are required to show one form of identification.
On Tuesday, the polls will open in Missouri at 6 a.m. and in Kansas at 7 a.m., and both will be open until 7:00 p.m.
Click here for more voting information for Missouri residents.
Click here for more voting information for Kansas residents.
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