Johnson County residents will again line up at the polls on Tuesday. But unlike in the 2012 election (seen here), voters are separated into two classes depending on which form they used to register. The system is tied to proof-of-citizenship requirements for registering to vote in Kansas.
Johnson County residents will again line up at the polls on Tuesday. But unlike in the 2012 election (seen here), voters are separated into two classes depending on which form they used to register. The system is tied to proof-of-citizenship requirements for registering to vote in Kansas. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Johnson County residents will again line up at the polls on Tuesday. But unlike in the 2012 election (seen here), voters are separated into two classes depending on which form they used to register. The system is tied to proof-of-citizenship requirements for registering to vote in Kansas. File photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

Kansas will employ dual voting system in Tuesday primaries

August 02, 2014 7:00 PM

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