Butt out of vote count, Kansas governor tells foe


Photographs by AP/The Topeka Capital-Journal/CHRIS NEAL

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer speaks Wednesday at the statehouse in Topeka. He has accused his primary opponent of giving county election officials advice that was “inconsistent with Kansas law.”

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer demanded Thursday that Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who holds a minuscule lead over him in the Republican primary, stop advising the state's counties on how to handle still uncounted ballots.

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