Kansas Senate testimony about disturbing problems at polling place during November election

A few Kansans will vote today in local elections for city and school officials in many areas. Turnout will likely be light and few problems are expected.

Kansans last went to the polls statewide in Nov 2008 during the presidential election. Few problems were reported and few, if any, prosecutions have occurred from any voting irregularities.

However, testimony at a Kansas Senate hearing on March 4 from Kathy Perry from Sedgwick County revealed possible problems that could affect the integrity of our elections in Kansas and this received no attention from the press.   Read the rest of this entry »