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  • Kansas City, Mo. voters in line want Kansas' advance voting rules

    While waiting in a huge line at Northland Cathedral in Kansas City, Mo. on Election Tuesday, Missouri voters wish they could have cast their ballots in advance like their neighbors across the state line in Kansas. While voters in the northland had long waits, Kansas voters and officials describe a much smoother process.

Kansas City, Mo. voters in line want Kansas' advance voting rules

While waiting in a huge line at Northland Cathedral in Kansas City, Mo. on Election Tuesday, Missouri voters wish they could have cast their ballots in advance like their neighbors across the state line in Kansas. While voters in the northland had long waits, Kansas voters and officials describe a much smoother process.
David Eulitt, Jill Toyoshiba, Rich Sugg and Monty Davis The Kansas City Star