Kansas GOP lawmakers revive a plan to stop giving voters 3 extra days to return mail ballots

 


TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republican legislators in Kansas have revived a proposal to stop giving voters three extra days after polls close to return mail ballots after making key concessions in a bid to get enough votes from rural GOP lawmakers to overcome the Democratic governor's potential veto.

Republicans have argued that allowing election officials to count ballots received after Election Day undermines people's confidence in the results, through there's no evidence that the practice has led to fraud or serious mistakes. The Republican-controlled Legislature expects to take final votes this we...



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