Military and overseas: How do I vote?
Receiving your ballot
As a military or overseas voter, Kansas law allows you several options for receiving and returning your ballot:
- By U.S. Postal delivery
- By email
- By fax
You will choose your preferred method when you fill out your FPCA. Regardless of transmission method, if you have an active FPCA on file, your ballot will be sent not later than 45 days prior to Election Day.
Returning your ballot
Your voted ballot must be received in our office by 7 p.m. on Election Day in order for it to be counted. You have three options for returning your ballot:
- You may mail your ballot to our office in the return envelope provided. Please keep in mind the extended postal delivery times for overseas mail.
- You may fax your ballot by following the instructions enclosed with your ballot. If you choose to fax your ballot, please promptly mail the original ballot to our office.
- You may email your voted ballot by following the instructions provided with your ballot.