Kansas discarded more than 13,000 ballots in 2016 — among the most tossed ballots in the nation. It isn’t a coincidence that the state’s election supervisor is Kris Kobach, who is waging war on the right to vote.
Kansas discarded more than 13,000 ballots in 2016 — among the most tossed ballots in the nation. It isn’t a coincidence that the state’s election supervisor is Kris Kobach, who is waging war on the right to vote. David Zalubowski AP
Kansas discarded more than 13,000 ballots in 2016 — among the most tossed ballots in the nation. It isn’t a coincidence that the state’s election supervisor is Kris Kobach, who is waging war on the right to vote. David Zalubowski AP

Editorial: Why did Kansas discard nearly 14,000 ballots in the 2016 election?

August 26, 2017 3:30 PM

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