A state judge on Thursday quickly dismissed a lawsuit seeking to stop the use of ballot drop boxes unless election officials came up with a plan for ensuring that no more than 10 ballots are dropped in the receptacle by an individual.
It took roughly five minutes for a district court judge in Sedgwick County to throw out Mark Gietzen's lawsuit because he didn't have legal standing to bring the challenge.
The state argued that the . . .
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