Registered voters in Kansas given opportunity to cast their votes early in 2016 presidential election

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Starting Monday, registered voters in Kansas can start casting their ballots.

With the big presidential election, election officials say they need as many people to vote early as they can get. They expect lines on election day to be extremely long.

There are six early voting locations open in Johnson County that are open Monday through Saturday. Click here for the full list.

You can also vote by mail, but you to to submit your application by November 4th.

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