Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach argued in court Friday that laws requiring people trying to register to vote to show proof of citizenship are valid. Kobach, who both proposed the law and enforces it as the state’s top election official, also argued that his office has been trying to help qualify people who don’t or are unable to show citizenship documents at registration.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach argued in court Friday that laws requiring people trying to register to vote to show proof of citizenship are valid. Kobach, who both proposed the law and enforces it as the state’s top election official, also argued that his office has been trying to help qualify people who don’t or are unable to show citizenship documents at registration. File photo
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach argued in court Friday that laws requiring people trying to register to vote to show proof of citizenship are valid. Kobach, who both proposed the law and enforces it as the state’s top election official, also argued that his office has been trying to help qualify people who don’t or are unable to show citizenship documents at registration. File photo

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