Jay Sidie, the Democratic candidate in Kansas’ 3rd District congressional race, was told to leave the parking lot of an early voting site Saturday after trying to campaign to close to a polling place. According to Kansas law, people cannot try to persuade voters to vote for a candidate within 250 feet of a voting site.
Jay Sidie, the Democratic candidate in Kansas’ 3rd District congressional race, was told to leave the parking lot of an early voting site Saturday after trying to campaign to close to a polling place. According to Kansas law, people cannot try to persuade voters to vote for a candidate within 250 feet of a voting site. File photo by Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star
Jay Sidie, the Democratic candidate in Kansas’ 3rd District congressional race, was told to leave the parking lot of an early voting site Saturday after trying to campaign to close to a polling place. According to Kansas law, people cannot try to persuade voters to vote for a candidate within 250 feet of a voting site. File photo by Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star
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