Seward County Provides Mail in Ballot Information

Joe Denoyer - October 17, 2020 7:27 am

If you request a ballot by mail, there are three ways you may return your ballot.

• By mail (w/postage)
• In person – Seward County Administration Building, 515 N
        Washington
• BALLOT DROP BOX – Seward County Administration Building,
        515 N Washington.
You can track your ballot by status at Kansas Voter View

If you have any questions call 620-626-3355

 

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