The current advance voting system in Kansas, as in many parts of the country, has been instrumental in reducing administrative pressures on Election Day. It has been an important tool for broadening the scope of voter participation. By allowing voters to submit their ballots up to the day before an election, we have accommodated those with challenging schedules, mobility issues, or other impediments that might prevent them from voting on Election Day. This flexibility is not just a convenience; it is a crucial aspect of ensuring that all voices are heard in our democratic process.
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