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A suspicious letter to the top elections agency in Kansas appears harmless, authorities say

  • The Kansas Bureau of Investigation stated that a suspicious letter sent to the top elections agency in Kansas was not hazardous and unrelated to threatening letters sent to other election offices.
  • The letter prompted the evacuation of the Kansas secretary of state's office, but the building reopened the next day. A suspect has been identified, but there have been no arrests announced.
  • The incident occurred after threatening mail was sent to election offices in five other states, but there is no reason to believe the letters are connected.
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