The Kansas Senate on Wednesday passed a bill placing limits on advanced ballot drop boxes while ending the three-day grace period for mail-in ballots to arrive at election offices.
The Senate approved the bill on a 22-17 vote, five votes short of what it would take to override a veto from Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly, who has rejected bills in the past that have been criticized as holding down voter turnout.
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