TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) A new law that would allow Kansans to vote at polling stations that are most convenient to them likely will not be ready for this years elections, Secretary of State Scott Schwab said.
Schwab told the state Senates election committee Tuesday that drafting rules for implementing the law is difficult, in part because of technical issues in the states 105 counties, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported.
The program, which was part of a voting reform bill signed last year by Gov. Laura Kelly, wont be finalized until 2021, Schwab said.
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