Ruling for banning electronic voting machines unlikely, federal judge says


A federal judge on Friday signaled that he was unlikely to approve a request to remove all electronic voting machines and ballot drop boxes for the upcoming 2022 election.

U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree told a group of Kansans who promote election fraud theories that he had concerns whether a federal court had jurisdiction in the case and even if the plaintiffs had demonstrated they suffered irreparable harm.

"It is unlikely I am going to give you the relief you seek," Crabtree said after a nearly two-hour hearing Friday afternoon.

"In this day and age, it would be . . .


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