Judge orders officials to remove Julia Lynn from ballot
September 13, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A judge has ordered the Kansas Secretary of State's office to allow state Sen. Julia Lynn to remove her name from November's ballot so she can care for her ailing sister.
The judge in Shawnee County found Friday that the Olathe Republican had submitted all of the necessary documentation, The Kansas City Star reports.
At issue was technical issues with the initial version of the doctor's note she submitted attesting to the fact that her sister required continuous care. The note, which she turned in on the Sept. 1 deadline for withdrawing, had the doctor's name along wit...