National WWI Museum to be used as polling location, offer notary services

Posted at 12:51 PM, Oct 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-06 13:51:11-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With four weeks left until the upcoming election, the National WWI Museum and Memorial announced Tuesday it will be used as a polling location for some voters on Nov. 3.

Residents who live in Ward 1, Precinct 6 in the Kansas City, Missouri, area qualify to vote at the museum, according to a press release.

"This election day, the National WWI Museum and Memorial encourages Kansas Citians to participate in democracy by exercising their right to vote," Director of Marketing, Communications & Guest Services, Karis Erwin said.

Voters will also have the chance to to have their mail-in ballots notarized for free on three different days in October from 1 to 5 p.m.

Those dates include:

  • Wednesday, Oct. 7
  • Friday, Oct. 9
  • Sunday, Oct. 11

The museum partnered with Curbside Notary to sponsor the events.

Voters who sport an "I Voted" sticker will have the chance to visit the museum on election day at half price.