Military Voting Bill Advances After Stripping Out Email Provision

A military voting bill in Kentucky was passed unanimously by the state's Senate Committee on Veterans, but only after a provision allowing servicemen and women to vote via email was stripped. Proponents of the measure point out that only 80% of military absentee ballots were counted due to mailed-in ballots arriving too late or being lost altogether. Opponents of the measure said that internet and email voting were only left in the bill because of a drafting error. 

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