Friday, November 23, 2018


Elections have consequences and our blog community direct our attention to this longstanding challenge to a politico who thought he could win the hearts & minds of suburban voters with a toy gun.

Check the links:

CapJ: Kansas Supreme Court clears way for grand jury probe of Kris Kobach


In a one-page order, the court denied Kobach’s second request to review a June 8 ruling of the Kansas Court of Appeals, which said the Douglas County District Court must summon a grand jury to investigate the allegations.

Those allegations were originally made by Lawrence resident Steven Davis, who was a candidate for a seat in the Kansas House in both the 2016 and 2018 elections.

Davis has alleged that in 2016 the secretary of state’s office failed to properly register a number of voters who had filled out applications either at state driver’s license bureaus or online through the Kansas Department of Revenue’s website.

As a result, Davis alleged, officials in Kobach’s office, possibly including Kobach himself, may have violated various Kansas laws regarding the maintenance of voter registration rolls.

More . . .

LJ World: Taking advantage of a rarely used Kansas law that dates back to the 19th century, though, Davis began circulating petitions in 2016 to summon a grand jury to investigate those allegations. Kansas is one of only a handful of states that allow citizen-initiated grand juries.

Developing . . .


Anonymous said...

Hope they look into his views on unsolicited bulk email!

Anonymous said...

Bullshit Grand Jury spurred on by Lawrence Leftists loyal to Kelly and Paul Davis.