Judge orders Lynn’s name removed from ballot


A judge on Friday ordered state Sen. Julia Lynn's name removed from the general election ballot after lawyers agreed she had certified her medical hardship with a doctor's signature.

During a brief court hearing Friday morning, lawyers for the secretary of state and the senator agreed on a set of facts, including a doctor's signature that met the requirement of state law.

Shawnee County District Judge Tom Luedke signed the order shortly after the hearing, officially bringing an end to Lynn's 14-year . . .


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