After Kobach, candidates stress competence


National News

July 6, 2018 - 11:00 PM

During his eight years, Kobach faced state and federal lawsuits from groups like the League of Women Voters, seen here registering voters last weekend in Douglas County.

There’s a common thread among the campaigns of several men aspiring to replace Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach — promises of administrative competence.

So says Emporia State political scientist Michael Smith. It jumped out at him as he perused some of their websites.

“To me,” he said, it “has sort of a subtext, that that has not been Kobach’s focus.”

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