Kansas just convicted an elderly man for accidentally voting in two states, an easily-preventable crime.
Kansas has made it so hard to register to vote that most applicants are being put on hold.
How hard is it to translate “21” to “21”?
Proof of citizenship requirements for voter registration have lost pretty much every legal challenge thus far.
The EAC’s executive director acted unilaterally when they may not have had authority to do so.
The Election Assistance Commission just added citizenship requirements for voter registration in three states?
The lengths he’s going to maintain an inefficient and illegal system are astounding.
Kobach is one of our nation’s leading experts in keeping people of color from voting.
From a spokeswoman for the state’s Office of Age and Disability Services, no less.
A whole lot of disenfranchisement to go after three people.
Kris Kobach isn’t anti-voter fraud. He’s just anti-voting.
Kansas talks a big game about the integrity of its elections, apparently with no interest in following through.
Voter fraud is less common than UFO sightings and human lightning strikes.