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Kobach Can’t Provide Himself with Information He Requested on Kansas Voters

Truly it is the incompetence that will save us. Bryan Lowry: Multiple states plan to buck Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s request for personal information on voters on behalf of a presidential commission. Kobach said Friday that Kansas also … Continue reading ?
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