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K-State Today

August 7, 2012



Vote today in the Kansas primary election

By Communications and Marketing

Polls are open today for voting in the Kansas primary election. Votes can be cast until 7 p.m. To find your polling place, visit https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/.

State employees are entitled, by law, to be absent from work for a period of no more than two consecutive hours between the time of opening and closing of polls to vote. Supervisors may specify a particular time, but it cannot include their lunch hour. The full statute is available online.

If you have declared a party affiliation, you may vote in the primary. If you are unaffiliated you may declare yourself Republican or Democrat at your polling place. After Aug. 8 you may return your party affiliation to unaffiliated if you wish.

Be sure to bring one of these to the polls: driver's license, nondriver ID card, concealed carry handgun license, U.S. passport, government employee ID, U.S. military ID, Kansas college ID, government public assistance ID or Indian tribe ID.