Kansas counties would lose more than a third of their advanced ballot drop boxes under legislation awaiting action in the state Senate.
An inventory conducted by the secretary of state's office showed that there are 191 advanced drop boxes across the state.
A review of the inventory given to lawmakers shows the number would be cut by 73 - or reduced to 118 - under a bill that would limit one drop box to every 30,000 voters.
Counties with 30,000 registered voters or fewer would each get one drop box under the bill already approved by a Senate committee . . .
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