Elimination of three-day grace period for mail ballots sent to governor


The Kansas Legislature has sent Gov. Laura Kelly a bill reversing a 2017 law that gives voters a three-day grace period for their mail ballots to arrive at election offices.

The Senate voted 23-14 overnight Thursday to approve legislation that supporters said was intended to instill voter confidence in state elections, although there’s been no widespread evidence of fraudulent voting in Kansas.

The bill came up four votes short of the 27 . . .


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