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    Expires: August 07, 2022 @ 7:00pm
    Heat index values up to 108 expected.
    Much of central Kansas.
    Until 7 PM CDT Sunday.
    Heat illnesses may occur due to the high temperatures and high humidity especially for those working or participating in outdoor activities.
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Lieutenant Governor David Toland Votes Early in August 2 Primary Election

Topeka, Kan. – Lieutenant Governor David Toland joined Kansans across the state to cast his ballot for the primary election on August 2. Toland encouraged Kansans to take advantage of early voting which started on July 13. As Governor Laura Kelly reminds Kansans to get out and vote, Lt. Governor Toland took a trip to the Allen County Courthouse in Iola to vote before Election Day.

“I’m excited to get out and vote to make my voice heard – every vote counts. We must elect commonsense leaders to keep Kansas on the path forward,” Lt. Governor David Toland said. “You can take advantage of early voting to skip potential lines on election day. Early voting is easy, safe, and secure, and I encourage all Kansans to make a plan to vote, whether they do it early or on Election Day.”

Kansans can refer to the Kansas Secretary of State’s website on voter information to find voting resources such as registering to vote, checking the status of registration, and finding early voting polling locations. Kansans can also find help at the Kansas Secretary of State’s VoterView website.