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Recapping the 2022 primary elections in Missouri and Kansas

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A large room is filled with tables holding cardboard voting booths. People sit at different ones while other people file into the room.
Carlos Moreno
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KCUR 89.3
Voters at Midwest Genealogy Center in Independence cast their ballot early Tuesday morning.

Headlined by the Missouri Senate race and a vote that protected abortion rights in the Kansas constitution, primary elections in both states wrapped up on Tuesday night.

KCUR's Up To Date was joined by three elections experts who gave insight on the results of Missouri and Kansas primary elections, and what we can expect moving forward towards November.

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