TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas judge has ordered Shawnee County officials to give a Democratic legislator and her Republican opponent a list of voters who cast provisional ballots in this week's election. District Judge Judge Rebecca Crotty ruled Friday, hours after Representative Ann Mah of Topeka filed a lawsuit to force the county to turn over the names. Mah trails GOP challenger Ken Corbet of Topeka by only 27 votes out of almost 11,000 cast. She said she wants to help voters correct potential problems so their ballots are counted. Mah's lawsuit came a day after Secretary of State Kris Kobach advised county election officials across the state that releasing the voter names would violate state and federal law. Kobach is a Republican. Mah is one of his most vocal critics.