Independent candidate for Kansas governor Greg Orman will stay on the ballot after state officials rejected a challenge to his candidacy Thursday.
Will Lawrence, a staffer for the state Senates top Democrat, had questioned thousands of the signatures Orman used to secure a spot in the race, saying they werent collected properly or notarized correctly.
The State Objections Board disagreed. The panel ultimately removed a few hundred signatures because they were collected by a convicted felon.
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