Voter ID laws at issue in other Kansas race

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October 9, 2018 - 10:57 AM

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Democrat running to replace Kris Kobach as Kansas secretary of state is trying to get voters to repudiate the conservative Republican’s political legacy of tough voter identification laws, which Kobach often touts while campaigning for governor.

Brian McClendon, a former Google and Uber executive, would break with Kobach’s policies if elected secretary of state and move Kansas toward allowing voters to register on election day. Kobach derides that as a recipe for election fraud.

At least a little change is in store.

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