ACLU of Kansas this month relayed concerns it has heard about polling places in Dodge City to Ford County Clerk Debbie Cox.
"Issues regarding voting, issues regarding criminal justice reform, that's what we're focusing on,” McCormick said. “We think those are so important and we also think that these are issues that would resonate with voters."
The officer’s actions were consistent with stop and frisk procedures, said Lauren Bonds, the legal director for ACLU of Kansas.
The candidates talk about education, taxation, and industry, but not about the horrifically expanding prison system that likely would scuttle advances in each of these areas.
The Bonney Legal Fellowship is a paid summer internship in the ACLU of Kansas Legal Department. Fellows will assist attorneys with every aspect of their work, including investigating potential cases, crafting strategic advocacy plans, and assisting with discovery.
According to Lauren Bonds, Legal Director of the ACLU of Kansas, the lawsuit does not pursue private information but instead seeks greater transparency in an effort to let people know if their vote was counted.
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