Abortion opponent goes to court over ballot drop boxes


A longtime abortion rights opponent has personally filed a lawsuit in Sedgwick County seeking to stop the use of ballot drop boxes unless election officials come up with a plan for ensuring that no more than 10 ballots are dropped in the receptacle by an individual.

Mark Gietzen, who has a history of being fined by the state ethics commission, personally filed the lawsuit against the secretary of state and the Sedgwick County election commissioner without legal representation.

Gietzen argues in his

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