The newspaper premise . . .
"Republican majorities in both states, and across the country, are terrified they’ll lose high-turnout elections. When more people vote, they seem to believe, Republicans suffer.
"There is no evidence this is so. Republicans swept to victories in Kansas and Missouri last November, despite high turnouts. The same is true in other states.
"Donald Trump lost, but voting irregularities — and high turnout — played no role in his defeat. Trump was a disaster. That’s why he lost."
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Last week, the Kansas Senate approved two bills designed to solve problems that don't exist. One bill prohibits the governor, or others in the executive branch, or the courts, from modifying state election laws through executive orders or judicial fiat. That one is a lawsuit waiting to happen.