Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Kobach Voter Crackdown Revival In Kansas

Worthwhile roundup of an issue that will be more important as voting moves to mail-in amid campaign 2020 in the ongoing era of coronavirus . . .

"The law, a requirement for proof of citizenship in order to register to vote, was struck down in April by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, which said it was unconstitutional and a violation of the National Voter Registration Act".

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Kansas Will Ask SCOTUS To Reinstate Kobach's Notorious Proof Of Citizenship Law

The state of Kansas will try to revive a voter restriction championed by Kris Kobach that was repeatedly struck down by the courts. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Tuesday that he is appealing the case challenging the law to the Supreme Court.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vote for Kobach. He'll find that voter fraud no matter how much it costs!

Anonymous said...


Good people need to prove they are citizens IT'S THE LAW

Anonymous said...

^^^Thanks, Kris. You need to work on your punctuation, though.

Byron Funkhouser said...

8:48, no we don't have to prove we're citizens.

That's the law.

Anonymous said...

Kobach once again and again and again trying to make it harder for black voters to vote.

Anonymous said...

Keep in mind that Kobach only has one string on his fiddle, and he and his buttbuddies have to keep sawing away on it, it's all they got!

Anonymous said...

KooKooKris Kobach out here stirring shit up.