Secretary of State Scott Schwab is making a sincere effort to implement the so-called vote-everywhere law and a bill forcing it to start this year in Sedgwick County probably will not advance, a key lawmaker said Thursday.
Republican state Rep. Bill Sutton, chair of the House elections committee, said he didn't think Schwab was deliberately stalling the start of a 2019 law that allows voters to cast ballots anywhere in the county where they reside.
Schwab, a Republican, told legislators the law would likely . . .
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