League of Women Voters

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Thousands of people in Kansas have incomplete voter registrations, which means they haven’t been able to vote. They were caught up in the state’s requirement that some people provide citizenship documents when registering. Now, a federal appeals court says many of those people should be allowed to vote in federal elections.

Republican Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has pushed for the more stringent voter registration rules to ensure security in elections, but voter advocacy groups say the cost has been too high.

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The League of Women Voters  has a few goals it's pursuing-- more advance voting and online voter registration.

Student activists at Kansas City Community College worry young people are not as  interested in the upcoming elections as they should be.