Tuesday is Election Day in Kansas. Many local city council and school board races will be on the ballot, and we need every Republican to vote. Even if you don’t typically vote in local elections, it’s critical that you do so this year – local elections are important and we can’t cede these races over to Democrats.
If you have already voted early in person or by mail, thank you. Voting early ensures that no matter what happens on Election Day, your vote will be counted.
If you have requested a ballot but not returned it, be sure to do so soon. Ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day, but you can also drop off your ballot inside your county election office on Monday or Tuesday.
There’s also still time to vote early in person at your county election office Monday morning before noon.
And of course, you can still vote on Election Day this Tuesday. Polls close at 7 p.m. You can check your polling place at myvoteinfo.voteks.org.
A few reads to recap the week…
Minot Leaders See ‘Extremely Real’ Threat from China for Both Bombers and ICBMs
Air & Space Forces Magazine
Automakers Wake Up to Reality on Electric Vehicles
The Daily Signal
Not a joke: the UN hands Iran a human rights job
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Onward to Victory,