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“Kris Kobach’s leap of logic on voter fraud in New Hampshire should be disqualifying”

Philip Bump: Kobach is the co-chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, alongside the vice president of the United States. He is running a federal investigation into the integrity of the voting system — and he cites college kids … Continue reading ?
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