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Suspicious mail prompts Kansas to evacuate secretary of state's building

  • The office of Kansas’ top elections official was evacuated after receiving suspicious mail, similar to incidents in other states.
  • The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is leading the case with the assistance of other agencies, including the Kansas Highway Patrol and the state fire marshal's office. The building, which houses the Kansas attorney general's office, was evacuated as a precaution.
  • Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab, a Republican, has spoken out against baseless theories about the 2020 election being stolen. The political leanings of the sender of the threatening mail in other states last week were unclear.
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