KDOR reminds voters of free ID services

TOPEKA, Kan. – Kansans who need a photo ID before the Nov. 6, 2018, general election can visit any Kansas driver’s license office, jump to the front of the line, and get one for free, according to the Kansas Department of Revenue.

To ensure the ID is free, Kansans should specifically state they need it for voting. The cost for ID cards normally is $22.

“This service is always available and it’s important for us to remind voters that it’s an option ahead of the November 6th general election,” Kansas Director of Vehicles David Harper said.

For a list of driver’s license office locations and hours visit www.ksrevenue.org/dovstations.html.

Information thanks to KDOR.

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