Judge dismisses lawsuit over Dodge City polling site

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A federal settle has pushed apart the lawsuit filed against a western Kansas county after the explicit polling space in Dodge Metropolis turned into moved birth air of town sooner than the November election.

U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree granted on Wednesday the unopposed motion filed final week by the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas to voluntarily brush off the litigation after Ford County Clerk Debbie Cox announced plans to birth two vote casting sites in Dodge Metropolis for future elections.

The ACLU sued Cox in October, contending that transferring the polling space made it extra titillating for town’s majority Hispanic population to vote. Cox talked about she moved the positioning thanks to construction at the faded polling space at the civic center within the largely white segment of town.

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