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Kris Kobach won’t comply with his own demands by his voter fraud commission: ‘It’s not publicly available’

Kris Kobach, the current Kansas Secretary of State and new candidate for governor, announced this week that he is demanding states provide him with voter rolls so that his federally appointed commission can investigate the degree to which there was voter fraud in the 2016 election. Many states are...
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