Record Kansas Caucus Turnout Creates Problems

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Kansas

Record numbers, at least near the Missouri border.

In fact, the numbers are so big, they’re having to move caucus locations in some locales.


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One Response to “Record Kansas Caucus Turnout Creates Problems”

  1. Tony Says:

    This was an insane experience. I was in the 9th district in Olathe (Southwest of the Kansas City Metro). They apparently expected 100 people to show up at this church, but instead got 2,000. Most of us were outside for more than 2 hours in freezing temperatures that ended in freezing rain before they finally got everyone counted.

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