Confusing Kansas Bipartisan 'Fusion Voting' Coming Soon?!?!

A preview and something to make 2024 even more interesting .  . . Check-it:

With fusion voting, a candidate’s name could appear on the ballot twice — once under the candidate’s party and once under the United Kansas party.

In this sample scenario, election officials would add John Doe’s results for Party B and for United Kansas to get his total votes.

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