Newspaper article The Topeka Capital-Journal

Town of 8 Will Revote on Its Own Existence

Newspaper article The Topeka Capital-Journal

Town of 8 Will Revote on Its Own Existence

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The Associated Press

FREDERICK -- A tiny town in central Kansas is getting a second chance to vote itself out of existence after people in another community mistakenly cast ballots on the issue last year.

Residents in Frederick will get another chance Nov. 7 to decide the town's future. Robert Root, acting mayor by law, told the Hutchinson News that the eight people left in town have committed to voting for disincorporation.

During the November 2016 election, 20 people cast ballots, but Frederick had only nine registered voters and only six of those voters went to the polls. The problem was that at the Eureka township voting precinct, election workers accidentally gave ineligible township residents ballots with Frederick's incorporation question. …

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