Advance voting underway for KS presidential primary

(MSC News)--Advance voting underway for presidential primary 3/01/24 GB Registered voters may now vote an advance election ballot for the March 19th Kansas presidential preference primary.

Voters can cast their ballots in-person at their county clerk's office during regular business hours up until noon, March 18. Your reminded to bring a photo ID.

In the first Kansas presidential primary since 1992, eight candidates have filed to be on the ballot—four Democrats and four Republicans.

The Democratic candidates include Dean Phillips, Jason Palmer, current President Joe Biden and Marianne Williamson.

The Republican candidates include former President Donald Trump, Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis and Ryan Binkley.

The presidential preference primary transfers responsibility for candidate selection from political parties to the state. Vote totals will be given to each party, which will then allocate delegates to go to the national convention in the summer.

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