Democrats are promising a thorough scrubbing of the petitions that independent candidate Greg Orman filed on Monday to get on the ballot in the governor's race.
Orman submitted 10,338 signatures of Kansas voters to the secretary of state's office, three hours before the noon deadline. He and running mate, state Sen. John Doll, only needed 5,000 signatures.
The secretary of state's office will now have to verify the petition signatures to ensure that the Orman/Doll team can be on the ballot in the general election.
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