Decision in Dodge suppresses votes

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Opinion

October 25, 2018 - 9:16 AM

Voter suppression is a growing concern across the country. The latest goings-on in Georgia are a case in point with reports of two-hour waits to vote and a reduced number of polling locations.

Kansas, of course, has a long history with the perpetual-motion-machine that is Secretary of State Kris Kobach. He’s emerged as a champion of voter identification laws that have been cited as a primary factor in reducing turnout, often among Democratic constituencies across the country.

Now, Dodge City is under scrutiny for what appears to be a blatant bid to undercut the turnout in western Kansas’ Ford County.

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