Topeka Three top Kansas officials plan to meet Aug. 30 to certify the results of last week's primary elections.
Gov. Mark Parkinson, Attorney General Steve Six and Secretary of State Chris Biggs make up the state Board of Canvassers. The panel's job is to review election results and declare them valid.
Certifying election results is usually fairly routine. The actual figures are compiled by county election offices and approved by county canvassing boards before they get to the state board.