WICHITA, Kan. (AP) A law enforcement officer said that former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach asked him to investigate possible double voting and non-citizen voting, and that missing ammunition that had been purchased by Kobachs office was to keep his certification current.
Craig McCullah told The Associated Press that he was working in the secretary of states office as its communications director when Kobach asked him to take on law enforcement duties in order to conduct interviews with people suspected of voter fraud.
It was not like I was out with a firearm trying to bust bad guys who voted, McCullah said. It was more of an administrative thing for keeping my license.
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