Residents in Sedgwick County and elsewhere will head to the polls to vote on City Council and school board candidates on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Here’s what you need to know to vote.
When can you vote?
Polls in Sedgwick County will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. You must vote at your assigned polling place. To find your assigned site, go here.
What can you vote on?
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You can find a sample ballot for your address by going to myvoteinfo.voteks.org and clicking on “registration information.”
Anyone who lives in the Wichita school district can cast ballots for four school board members. The seats: District 1 with candidates Betty Arnold and Ben Blankley; District 2 with Julie Hedrick, Trish Hileman and Debra Washington; District 5 with Peter Grant and Mike Rodee; and District 6 with Walt Chappell, Shirley Jefferson and Ron Rosales.
Three Wichita City Council Districts 1, 3 and 6, will each have two candidates matched up on the general election ballot. Only residents of that district can vote. The races: District 1, activist Brandon Johnson and former Wichita school board member Mike Kinard; District 3, incumbent James Clendenin and challenger William Stofer; District 6, park board chairwoman Cindy Claycomb and council critic Sybil Strum.
If you have questions
If you have a question about where to vote, or if you experience any problems while voting, call your county election office. In Sedgwick County, call 316-660-7100.
To learn more about the candidates
Go to The Eagle’s voter guide for Wichita races.
Come Tuesday night, Kansas.com will have full results.