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Advance Voting and Voting Options
 
Voting Options - Any registered voter may vote in advance prior to any election 
·        Vote in Advance - In Person
·        Vote in Advance - By Mail
·        Vote at the Polls on Election Day
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Vote in Advance - In Person                
General Election - April 2, 2013
                       
Saline County Election Office  300 W Ash St, Rm 215                                                      
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Monday thru Friday

            Advance Voting In Person Begins - Wednesday, March 13th

            Advance Voting In Person Ends at the Election Office (12 noon
                April 1st   KSA 25-1122

                        Ballots for qualified  persons who are sick or 
                        disabled can be taken out after the
noon

                        deadline and during Election Day but must be
                        returned by
7:00 p.m.
 
                       
Election Day.
 
Vote in Advance - By Mail
 
Advance voting by mail begins 20 days prior to every election.
By law, ballots cannot be mailed more than 20 days prior to the election.
KSA 25-1123
 
              March 13th      -  Advance voting by mail begins for the General 
                                      Election.
 
               April 2nd        - Ballots must be received at the Election Office 
                                       by 7:00 p.m. to be counted.
 

To vote by mail, complete an Application for an Advance Voting Ballot by Mail                        Fax to (785) 309-5826 or mail to: Saline County Election Office, 
                                                                         300 W Ash, Rm 215, Salina, KS 67402-5040
A separate application must be submitted for each election unless the
voter qualifies for Permanently sick/disabled status.

 
Advance voting ballots will not be accepted at a polling place.  If the
ballot cannot be delivered to the Election Office by 7:00 p.m. on Election
Day and is taken to a polling location, the Advance ballot will be voided
and a Provisional ballot will be issued in its place.  The Provisional ballot
must be completed by the person who requested the Advance voting
ballot.
 
Only permanently sick or disabled voters may apply for Permanent
advance voting status.  Voters may apply for permanent advance voting
status by completing the appropriate question on the Application for an
Advance Voting Ballot.
 
Twenty-four-hour caregivers do not qualify for Permanent status for
themselves.  However, they may request to have their ballots mailed to
them by submitting an advance application for each election.
 
Vote at the Polls on Election Day
 
The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
To vote, Kansas law requires all voters to show approved photo ID. 
Photo ID must include the name and photo of the registered voter.
 
If you are currently a registered voter in Saline County and you move
within Saline County, you may go to your new polling place, complete a
voter registration application and vote a paper ballot.  Please
call the
Election Office to locate your new polling place
.  (785) 309-5820
 
If you are currently a registered voter in Saline County and you have
changed your name since the last election, you may go to your polling
place on Election Day, complete a voter registration application and
vote a paper ballot.
 
Advance Voting Tips and Reminders
 
·        You will need to show a valid photo ID in order to vote in each
  election.
·         If you mail your advance ballot, it must be received at the Election
  Office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.
·        The signature on the outside of the advance ballot envelope must
  match the name on  the mailing label.  If it does not match, your
  vote cannot be counted.
·        If you vote a Provisional ballot because you could not show a valid
 ID, you have until 8:30 a.m. on Monday April 8th to fax, mail or
 deliver to the Election Office proof of an approved form of ID.
·        College students and persons temporarily away from Saline County
 may apply for an Advance Ballot by calling the Election Office to
 request an application.  This request has to be signed by the voter
 and mailed back before a ballot is mailed out.
       Please call the office two to three weeks in advance allowing mailing time.