Judge dismisses ‘Vote Anywhere’ lawsuit


(Will be updated as with reaction)

A judge has dismissed a Democratic Party lawsuit seeking to force Secretary of State Scott Schwab to implement a law allowing voters to cast ballots anywhere in the county where they reside.

Shawnee County District Judge Thomas Luedke found that voters would not be harmed if the state didn't implement the so-called Vote Anywhere law in time for the 2020 general election.

"If the Vote Anywhere Act is not implemented by the 2020 election, and there is no requirement that it must be, the petitioners will be no worse off than they . . .


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