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Different county policies could impact Kansas voting

 

September 16, 2018



TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The chances of a Kansas voter's ballot being counted might depend on which county he or she lives in — especially if they vote by mail.

The issue of counties having different standards for determining whether a ballot should be counted came up last week (Monday) during a meeting of the State Objections Board, where Davis Hammet of Topeka objected to Republican Kris Kobach's victory in the Aug. 7 GOP primary for governor. Hammet's objections involved how the election was administered and whether the varying standards could have influenced the outcome of a race that Ko...



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