It's was a wild and wacky day on Thursday as state elections officials tried sorting out the increasing problems with the vote count in the Republican primary for Kansas governor.
There were reports of discrepancies between the results posted on the secretary of state's website on Election Night and the county election offices in at least four counties across the state..
Gov. Jeff Colyer's campaign has set up a hotline for voters who had trouble casting ballots. The Colyer campaign believes voters were turned away at the polls.
And by the end of the day, Secretary of . . .
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