Today, on the first day of early in-person voting in Johnson County, Representative Sharice Davids joined Kansans in a rally and a march to the polls to cast their votes in the general election. Rep. Davids discussed the importance of this election, and encouraged all Kansans to make their voice heard whether voting early in person, by mail, or on Election Day.
“I urge all Kansans to make their voices heard in this election. The stakes are high—and early voting is a convenient and secure option,” said Davids. “The Kansas Third doesn’t want another divisive politician looking to score political points. Whether it’s standing up to my own party, working across the aisle to pass meaningful legislation, or defending reproductive rights, I will always fight to move Kansas forward.”
In the first Congressional debate last night, Rep. Davids showed Kansans why they chose her over longtime Brownback advisor Amanda Adkins last election, and why they will do it again in November. During the Shawnee Mission Post debate, she highlighted her strong bipartisan record, successes in lowering health care costs for Kansans, and long defense of reproductive freedoms—none of which can be said for Adkins.
To check registration status and find early voting locations, Kansans can go to the Kansas Secretary of State’s website or iwillvote.com. Advance in-person voting is available throughout the Third District until November 7 at noon, and voters do not need to be registered with a political party to vote in the general election.