Saturday, October 17, 2020

Johnson County Early Voting Starts NOW!!!

Democracy in the Golden Ghetto steps to the forefront. Meanwhile, ballot box debate earns low key concern . . . Also, this is important: JOCO Election Commissioner - Don't vote advance if you've requested mail-in

Nevertheless, excitement for election 2020 trumps worries.

Take a peek . . .

Advance voting to begin Saturday in Johnson County

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. - Registered voters in Johnson County are getting the chance to vote ahead of Election Day with advance voting. The Johnson County Election Office announced it has 10 early voting locations, which open at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17. Three of the sites are new as officials expect "historic voter turnout."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We received our mail in ballots and filled them out last night. This morning my husband took them to the drop box at the Johnson County Museum in Overland Park on Metcalf. A gentleman from the USPS was emptying the box, which contained hundreds of ballots already. My husband asked the gentleman "Do these ballots need postage?" The gentleman replied "If you want it them to get there, they do." First time we knew about this. YOUR BALLOT NEEDS POSTAGE EVEN IF YOU USE A DROP BOX. UH OH!