Vote

Vote for Ron Estes on or before Nov. 3.

Three ways to vote for Ron Estes:

Vote on Election Day: Kansas is implementing extra safety measures so you can vote in-person Nov. 3. Find your polling place at myvoteinfo.voteks.org.

Vote Early In-Person: Visit earlyvoteks.com to find early vote centers in your county. Note that some counties may offer additional times and locations. Check with your county election office for more details.

Vote by Advance Ballot: The deadline to apply for an advance ballot has passed. If you requested an advance ballot, you can check the status at myvoteinfo.voteks.org. To return your ballot:

  • Drop boxes are available throughout the state of Kansas. In Sedgwick County, you can visit sedgwickcounty.org/elections to see all drop box locations throughout the county. Drop boxes close at 7 p.m. on Election Day.
  • You can also take your ballot to an early voting center, like your county election office or satellite locations, whenever they are open. Early vote centers’ times vary by location, so check with your county election office, or visit earlyvoteks.com.
  • Any Election Day polling place will also allow you to drop off your advance ballot to be counted. Polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day, so be sure and return your ballot by then.
  • If you choose to mail your ballot back, don’t delay. While ballots don’t have to be postmarked until Tuesday, Nov. 3, they must also be received by your county election office by Friday, Nov. 6. Dropping your ballot in the mail sooner gives it a greater chance to reach the election office on time.

General election dates to remember:

Tuesday, October 13 – Last day to register to vote in the general election.

Wednesday, October 14 – First day advance ballots are mailed and in-person advance voting may begin. Contact your county election office to find out when and where.

Tuesday, October 27 – Deadline for voters to apply for advance ballots to be mailed for the general election.

Monday, November 2 – Noon deadline to cast advance ballots in person at county election office.

Tuesday, November 3 (GENERAL ELECTION) – Advance ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received in the county election office no later than three days after the election. Advance ballots may be hand-delivered to the county election office or to any polling place within the county by close of polls.

Find your polling place here:
Kansas Secretary of State Voter View