Monday, February 04, 2019

Kansas Works To Erase Kris Kobach Legacy

Love him or hate him, there's no denying that he was SERIOUS about working to prevent voter fraud. Now that his political career is in shambles, his adversaries on both sides of the aisle delight in taking apart his work.

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With Kris Kobach Out Of Office, His Voting Policies Could Wither In Kansas

Former Republican Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach rewrote the rules for voting in Kansas. Laws he pushed for required voters to show citizenship papers to register and ID at the polls. He secured prosecutorial powers for his office. Kobach's term only ended a couple weeks ago, but some cornerstones of his legacy are already starting to crumble.


Anonymous said...

We will see how Granny Gov does. Got a feelin' she's gonna find runnin' fo gov is much easier than runnin' a state. Typical lib. All hat and no ranch.

Anonymous said...

Unlike "Kobaby" who got dropped by Trump like a hot rock after he lost (got no time for losers), and now can only find a gig with some group collecting "sucker bucks" to "Build the Wall"!

How long before all that cash has vanished while zero bricks have been laid? Six months? A year?