The latest article from Jenny Cohn, found on TYTNetwork:
Officials in Johnson County, Kansas, said Sunday the public would not be permitted on Monday to view the county’s tabulation of provisional votes cast in last week’s contested and controversial elections.
Those elections include the Republican gubernatorial primary race between Trump-endorsed Kris Kobach, Kansas’s secretary of state, and sitting Gov. Jeff Colyer. They also include the Democratic primary race for the state’s Third District House seat between, among others, Brent Welder (a labor attorney and former National Field Director for the Teamsters union who has held key campaign positions with Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders) and Sharice Davids (an openly gay, Native American and former professional mixed martial arts fighter who graduated from Cornell Law School in 2010 and worked as a White House Fellow under the Obama and Trump administrations).
On Thursday, at the request of TYT Investigates, I jumped on a plane to investigate significant delays and related problems in Johnson County involving new voting equipment that the County used for the first time during its August 7 primary elections.
By Jennifer Cohn
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