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  • Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman

    Tabitha Lehman
    Election Commissioner

    p. 316.660.7100
    f. 316.660.7125
    Toll Free. 877.530.7194

    510 N. Main, #101
    Wichita, KS 67203

    Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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  • City of Wichita Question Submitted – April 7, 2015
    Only voters who reside within the Wichita Mayoral District are eligible to vote on this question.

    SHALL THE FOLLOWING BE ADOPTED?

    An ordinance reducing the penalty for first offense conviction for possession of thirty-two (32) grams or less of cannabis sativa l, otherwise known as marijuana, and/or drug paraphernalia related thereto, by persons twenty-one (21) years of age or older, to an infraction with a fine not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.00).
     
  • Oaklawn Improvement District Bond Question Submitted – April 7, 2015
    Only voters who reside within Oaklawn Improvement District are eligible to vote on this question.

    Shall the following be adopted?

    Shall Oaklawn Improvement District, Sedgwick County, Kansas, issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $180,000, to pay a portion of the estimated $335,000 cost to construct certain splash pad park and retention/recreational pond improvements in the District and make all other necessary improvements appurtenant thereto; all pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 10-101 et seq. and K.S.A. 19-2753 et seq.? The balance of costs shall be paid from available funds of the District.
     
  • USD 369 Bond Question Submitted – April 7, 2015
    Only voters who reside within Unified School District 369 are eligible to vote on this question.

    Shall the following be adopted?

    Shall Unified School District No. 369, Harvey County, Kansas (Burrton), issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $2,500,000, to pay the costs to construct, furnish and equip: (a) improvements to the High School track and football field facilities, (b) improvements to the Middle School and Elementary School restrooms, (c) window replacements at the Middle School, Elementary School, and District office, (d) improvements to the High School gym facilities, including locker room renovations and bleacher replacement, (e) improvements to the Middle School gym and stage facilities, including bleacher and stage curtain replacement, (f) improvements to District facilities and buildings, including playground, parking, driveway, sidewalk, building exterior, and sewer line improvements, (g) technology improvements throughout the District, and (h) all other necessary improvements appurtenant thereto; all pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 10-101 et seq.; K.S.A. 25-2018(f); and K.S.A. 72-6761?

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The Election Office begins in-person advance voting 13 days before the election and continues during regular office hours until 12 Noon the Monday before Election Day. Additional Advance Vote centers are open Thursday – Saturday the week before Election Day for all elections except November General Elections when they are open Tuesday – Saturday the week before Election Day.

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Vote by Mail: To vote by mail, complete an Advance Voting Application and mail or fax it to the Election Office.

Overseas – Military – Federal Service Voters Only:  Military and Overseas Citizens can receive advance voting ballots under the Federal Voting Assistance Program.


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