“Kansas voters have multiple options to cast their ballot — advance in-person voting, election day in-person voting and advance mail ballot voting,” Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab said in March as the COVID-19 pandemic ramped up.

“Since 1996, advance voting by mail has been offered to all Kansas voters,” Schwab said. “Each of Kansas’ 105 counties are equipped and experienced to handle increased numbers of advance mail ballots. Counties also have the ability to adjust the quantities of advance mail ballots based on demand.”