Saturday, November 18, 2017

This page contains information on advance voting in Marshall County, Kansas.

Advance Voting Application

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Advance Voting and Voting Options

Voting in Person in Advance
You can vote in advance in person at the Election Office 20 days prior to "any" election during regular office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m (NOTE: Advance voting ends at 12:00pm (noon) the Monday before a Tuesday election). Extended hours and Advance Voting locations are announced prior to every election.

Voting by Mail in Advance
To vote by mail you must complete an 'Advance Voting Application (PDF format)' and mail it to the Election Office at:

    • Marshall County Election Office
    • 1201 Broadway, P.O. Box 391
    • Marysville, KS  66508

A separate application must be submitted for each election.

Your completed application must be received at the Election Office before 5:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the election. Submit your application early to avoid delays!

Ballots will be mailed beginning 20 days before the election. Your completed ballot may be returned by mail or hand delivered to the Election Office. Ballots may not be faxed. The ballot must be received at the Election Office before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Vote at the Polls on Election Day
The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Advance Voting Locations and Hours


  • Marshall County Election Office
  • 1201 Broadway
  • Marysville, KS  66508

Primary & General Elections
Advance voting begins 20 days prior to all elections.

General Information from the Secretary of State's Office

Advance Voting may begin up to 20 days before any election. The exact date might vary by county.

If you wish to vote by advance ballot, it is your responsibility to apply to the Election Office for your ballot. By law no ballot will be issued before a signed application is received in the Election Office.

It is illegal for any person or group to delay or interfere with the transmission of applications from voters to the Election Office. Persons or groups transmitting applications for voters must mail, fax or deliver them to the Election Office within two days from the time they are signed.

The Election Office will mail your ballot within 2 days of receiving your application. If you receive an application with an address other than the Election Office pre-printed on the mailing side of the application, it could delay or prevent delivery of your ballot.

Your ballot may be delivered only to your residential or mailing address as indicated on the voter registration list, to your temporary residential address, or to a medical care facility where you reside. These restrictions do not apply to sick, disabled or illiterate voters.

Safeguarding Your Advance Ballot

All voters who are voting by mail should follow these simple steps to protect the integrity of their ballot:

  • Vote the ballot yourself. Do not let another person tell you how you should vote.
  • If you are physically unable to vote the ballot, be certain that the person assisting you can be trusted and is NOT: with a political campaign; your employer; agent of employer; or officer or agent of a union to which you are a member. If you do require assistance, an "Affidavit of Assistance in the County of Marshall, State of Kansas " must be completed and you will find it printed on the back of the return envelope.