Rep. Sharice Davids Votes Early in Primary Election
Today, Representative Sharice Davids joined thousands of Kansans in casting her vote in the August 2 primary election. Davids, who is running unopposed in this year’s primary election, 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 primary and special election. So much is at stake—and early voting is a convenient and secure option,” said Davids. “We must elect people who want to keep Kansas moving forward. From the start, I’ve been the only candidate for the Third District who will fight to protect Kansans’ personal freedoms and who will work with anyone—Republican or Democrat—to get things done.”
Davids has strongly opposed the restrictive constitutional amendment, and is the only congressional candidate on the primary ballot who has stood up against it. Recently, in a shocking report by the Kansas Reflector, it was revealed that the Kansas Legislature is set to ban abortion–without exceptions–if the constitutional amendment passes.
To check one’s 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 August 1 at noon, and voters do not need to be registered with a political party to vote on the constitutional amendment.