Federal judge dismisses Kansas lawsuit seeking a redo of 2020 presidential election
Voters fill out their ballots while voting Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 7, 2022, at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri. - Rich Sugg/The Kansas City Star/TNS

Federal and state judges have dismissed all seven lawsuitsfiled by conspiracy theorists against Kansas election officials in an effort to change results for multiple recent elections, including the 2020 presidential election. The most outrageous of the lawsuits, a federal claim filed in Kansas City, Kansas, asserted without evidence that voter machine manipulation was occurring in the state. A group of election deniers from across the state asked for the 2020 presidential election be rendered void and redone, the elimination of existing voting machines, the elimination of drop boxes, the elimi...