President Barack Obama will be on the Kansas ballot in November.
The state's Board of Objections officially ended a challenge to the Democrat's place on the ballot during a brief session Monday in Topeka.
Last week, a Manhattan, Kan., resident formally questioned Obama's candidacy, claiming the incumbent was not a "natural-born citizen," as the Constitution requires, because his father was not an American.
Joe Montgomery also challenged the legitimacy of Obama's Hawaiian birth certificate. After the initial hearing, the board -- composed of three Republican elected officials -- asked for more documents concerning Obama's citizenship.
But on Friday afternoon, Montgomery withdrew his complaint, citing bad publicity.
On Monday, Secretary of State Kris Kobach said the Board of Objections could not consider any further challenges to Obama's place on the ballot.
The meeting, however, was not without some controversy. Activists on both sides of the residency question quarreled before and after the meeting, forcing a security officer to order them out of the building.