The Johnson County Election Office is coming up short on polling places to use come November.
Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker says he’s anticipating record-high turnout, possibly with more Kansans voting than in 2008.
“We would like to have 285 polling locations throughout our county,” Metsker says. “Right now we’re at about 195.”
Metsker says concerns about safety and security have crossed many places off his list.