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Changes in Kansas voting requirements

Dear Editor:
In the past few weeks, two editorials have appeared in the Tribune regarding changes in Kansas voting requirements (Edit Roundup, Safeguard Our Voting Rights, Aug. 18; Edit Roundup, Losing Votes, Aug. 21). Both articles claim that requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote and photo ID to vote are measures that are only meant to suppress the democrat vote and disenfranchise minorities, including the poor, elderly, and students. I take exception to both claims. I am an American citizen and a registered voter. When I first registered to vote, before the “motor voter” laws were enacted, I ...

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