KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The Latest on a legal challenge to Kansas election laws on voter registration (all times local):

2:17 p.m.

Charles Stricker says he thought he was registered to vote until he showed up to the polls in 2014.

Stricker testified Tuesday in federal court in a Kansas challenging a Kansas law that requires proof of citizenship to register to vote. He told the court he felt confused and embarrassed as he filled out a provisional ballot at a designated table.

His vote didn't count.

The Topeka Capital Journal reports the American Civil Liberties Union called Stricker and another witness to demonstrate how legal residents were affected by the strictest registration law in the nation.

Stricker says he made two trips to the local motor vehicle office on the final day he could register to vote and left with the assumption he was registered.