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Vote (KSN File Photo)
Vote (KSN File Photo)

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) – If you’ve changed your name, address or even your party affiliation, then you need to re-register to vote in the state of Kansas.

Today’s your last day so there’s only a few hours left but it’s not too late.

You can check here to see if you’re all set to go but if you’re not, there’s a few easy steps you can take to get registered.

You can register through the state either in an online or printed application.

Keep in mind that if you register to vote through the state, you have to provide proof of citizenship.

Check your registration status online.
Check your registration status online.

KSN spoke with Sedgwick County Election Commissioner Tabitha Lehman, who says you have until the day before the election to get that proof of citizenship in.

Because of recent court decisions, you can actually register to vote in Kansas without providing proof of citizenship through a federal form or in person at the DMV.

That could change down the road so Lehman suggests sticking to the state application and providing proof of citizenship just to be on the safe side.

Keep an eye out for early voting in the next few days and stick with KSN for continued election coverage and the latest updates.