The Kansas Senate on Wednesday failed to muster enough votes to override Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a bill eliminating the three-day grace period for advanced mail ballots to arrive at election offices.
The Senate voted 25-15 to override the veto but came up two votes short of the 27 needed to overturn her veto. The bill initially passed 23-14 in . . .
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