April Election – Registration & Voting

The April 7th General Election for local Haysville and School District 261 offices is fast approaching.

The last day to register to vote in the election is just three more days away, Monday, March 23rd.

If you need help in registering to vote, the library has the forms you need and all the information you require. If you just need to print a copy of the registration form, here it is.

You can also find all the basic information you need for early voting by mail, early voting in person, or about election day polling places by checking the Sedgwick County Election Office website, or stopping by the library.

To vote in advance by mail, you can complete an Advance Voting Application and either mail or fax it to the Election Office. Applications are available on the Election Office website and also at the Haysville Community Library. If you choose this option, your ballot must be returned to the Election Office by 7 pm on Election Day, April 7th. (Note: the Elections Office began mailing advance voting ballots on March 18th.)

To cast an early vote in person you can either vote at the Election Office beginning 13 days before the election (March 25th) and until noon on April 6th, or at the Haysville Activity Center at 7106 South Broadway. Advance voting at the Haysville Activity Center will be from Thursday, April 2nd to Saturday, April 4th: on Thursday and Friday from noon to 7 pm, and on Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm.

On Election Day, voting will take place from 6 am until 7 pm, with both machine voting and paper ballot options available. To find your polling location, see the Haysville City website’s ward map and polling location list .

Published in: on March 20, 2009 at 10:34 am  Leave a Comment  
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