(Updated to reflect how much money is going to each section of the plan)
Kansas became the next to last state to submit plans detailing how it will spend more than $4 million in federal funds for protecting voting systems.
The state's plans were revealed this week on the Election Assistance Commission website. Only Montana hasn't submitted plans, which are due by the end of the month, according to the . . .
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