It's the latest flashpoint in Kansas politics, and it's put the spotlight on the two candidates running to be the state's chief election officer.
Out in western Kansas, there's a growing furor over the Ford County clerk's decision to move Dodge City's lone polling place outside of town where there's no access to public transportation.
Relocating the polling station in one of Kansas' few majority-minority counties is drawing national attention with charges of voter suppression with a midterm election just two weeks away.
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