UDPATED: Activist wins access to provisional ballots

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(Updated to include reaction from Hammet and Schwab)

Voting rights activist Davis Hammet on Friday won the right to access the names of voters who cast provisional ballots during the 2018 general election.

Shawnee County Judge Teresa Watson ordered the secretary of state's office to make public a report that shows the names of provisional ballot voters and whether their ballots were ultimately counted.

Secretary of State Scott Schwab denied the records request, saying federal law created an exemption to the state’s open records law . . .


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