TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab says his office opposes President Donald Trump’s suggestion to postpone the November election.
He urged the Kansas delegation to Congress to do the same. More than 300,000 Kansans received advance by mail ballots for this year’s primary elections. The state expects there may be higher use of mail ballots for the general election. Schwab says in a statement that Kansas has implemented measures to ensure the security and safety of the August and November elections.
He says “now is not the time to act in fear but to show the world we are courageous.”