In-person voting begins in Kansas with short wait times


October 15, 2020

BELLE PLAINE, Kan. (AP) — Early in-person voting began Wednesday in several Kansas counties, with election officials reporting heavier than usual turnout but relatively short wait times to cast a ballot.

Election offices across the state also began on Wednesday sending out the first batches of mail-in ballots to voters who requested them in what election officials anticipate will be record numbers amid the pandemic.

The state's most populous counties won't start advance in-person voting for several more days, but a smattering of smaller counties that have begun are providing an early gli...

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