A strong majority of voters at all 44 of Douglas County’s polling places voted “no” Tuesday in order to protect abortion rights. But in the heart of Lawrence, in particular, voters said “no” loud and proud.
For Ashley All, the effort to defeat a constitutional amendment that would have eliminated abortion rights is the most consequential campaign the Kansas political veteran has worked on.
In an outcome that may ripple through politics nationwide, Kansas voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly defeated a constitutional amendment that could have led to the banning of abortion in the state.
Voters in the Douglas County Commission’s 1st District chose incumbent Patrick Kelly over Dustin Stumblingbear […]
Result charts here for the big 3 ballot items for Lawrence voters: the constitutional amendment, Douglas County Commission District 1 Democratic primary, and U.S. Senate primaries.
Voters are flocking to the polls in Lawrence as a routine summer primary election is overshadowed and supercharged by a vote on a constitutional amendment that could decide the future of abortion in Kansas.
Former U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp is behind the false text message about the constitutional amendment that enraged Democrats on Monday, the Washington Post reports.
All registered Kansas voters may vote in today’s special primary election. Here’s what you need to know to cast your ballot.
Voters across Kansas on Monday were receiving text messages containing inaccurate information about the constitutional amendment on Tuesday’s ballot.
Tuesday’s vote is the last opportunity for Kansas voters to protect the state’s current abortion rights, Democratic legislators say. And if the amendment on the ballot passes, there will be little to no opportunity anytime soon for it to be overturned.
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