Generally . . . News of more voters rushing to the ballot doesn't bode well for conservatives hoping that the "Value Them Both" amendment will start a Kansas abortion crackdown.
Again . . . We warn . . .
SINGLE-ISSUE VOTERS ON "ABORTION RIGHTS" THREATEN TO DISRUPT AMERICAN POLITICS AND SPARK OVERWHELMING CHANGE!!!
Sorry . . . The genie is out of the bottle and there's no way to convince Americans that horrific abortion-as-birth-control technology should be forbidden.
But that's really not the scary part . . .
Here's the danger . . .
SINGLE-ISSUE PRO-CHOICE VOTERS COULD TIP THE SCALES FOR PROGRESSIVES ON ISSUES LIKE GUN CONTROL, IMMIGRATION, FOREIGN POLICY AND EVEN THE ECONOMY!!!
This is why MODERATE Republicans . . . RINOS . . . Are, in fact, a valuable part of the political ecosystem and should probably think about some better branding.
GOP hardliners won't admit this fact of life and that's probably a good thing as our "drunk uncles" seemed to be getting a bit too confident going into midterms.
Take a peek at white ladies TRUMPING their white dude bosses . . .
Voter turnout in Johnson County, Kansas, for a primary is typically 20-30%. However, election officials believe the numbers for this primary will be more like a general election.
“So, we are forecasting — it’s not a prediction but a forecast in terms of planning and resources — a 66% voter turnout rate,” said Fred Sherman with the Johnson County Election Board.
That translates to 300,000 votes cast in the county, which would be more than the 2016 general election.
Wyandotte County is also preparing for high turnout.
Average turnout for primaries in Wyandotte County is about 25% of registered voters. They are planning for a 60% turnout, but realistically expect a 40-45% turnout.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (KCTV) - Historically, voter turnout for primary elections is far lower than for general elections. However, that will likely be different in Kansas in August. That's because Amendment 2 is on the ballot; the first vote on abortion rights since Roe vs. Wade was overturned last month.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Voter registration is increasing at astronomical rates according to the group, Vote.org. "For Kansas and Missouri registrations, comparing Friday, June 17 to Friday, June 24, we saw a 1,038% increase in Kansas and a 627% increase in Missouri," Nick Morrow, director of communications for Vote.org, said in an email Monday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Advance voting in key Kansas counties opens this week, with Douglas County starting both advance in-person and mail voting on Wednesday, July 13. Until July 29, regular weekday advance in-person voting will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Douglas County Elections Office.
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