Behind the scenes, a great many of our suburban pals are angry this perfectly acceptable ballot count . . . Then again, many Prez Trump supporters are angry about a lot these days and most of it has to do with MILLIONS of voters who disagree with their world view.
Accordingly, here's a new batch of JoCo votes worth a peek . . .
OLATHE, Kan. - About 10,000 more ballots will now count toward the final election results in Johnson County, Kansas. On Wednesday morning, the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners serving as the Board of County Canvassers voted to fully accept 9,764 provisional ballots, reject 2,242 provisional ballots and partially accept 1,267 provisional ballots.