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September 23, 2013 6:45 PM

Data show applications of would-be Kansas voters can be on hold for years

An analysis of data by The Associated Press shows that the number of voter registrations on hold has ballooned since Kansas’ proof-of-citizenship law took effect in January. But 3,500 on-hold registrations predate the proof-of-citizenship law. One Johnson County application has been on hold since 1964.

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