WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — After moving Dodge City’s sole polling site outside city limits, county election officials sent newly registered voters an official certificate of registration that listed the wrong place to cast a ballot in the midterm election — the latest election snafu to surface in the iconic Wild West town where Hispanics now make up the majority of the population.
The southwest Kansas city, located 160 miles (257 kilometers) west of Wichita, has only one polling site for its 27,000 residents. For nearly two decades, that site was at the civic center in the mostly white part of town.
But citing road construction, officials recently moved it for the November election to the Expo Center outside of town and more than a mile from the nearest bus stop.
This is Debbie Cox, the county clerk of Ford county , Kansas. She is jeopardizing the voting rights of 13,000 , mostly Hispanic residents of Dodge City Kansas. When the ACLU emailed her to get her to do the right thing, she forwarded that email to Chris Kobach with an "LOL" pic.twitter.com/DgYE4Q3Mr5
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