TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Kansas attorney general proposed Friday that legislators strip the secretary of states office of its power to prosecute voter fraud cases, less than four years after lawmakers made conservative Republican Kris Kobach the nations only state elections chief with such authority.
AG Derek Schmidt, SOS-elect Scott Schwab propose voter fraud be prosecuted by attorney general, local prosecutors https://t.co/0KIQkPH2hL
— Kansas AG's Office (@KSAGOffice) November 16, 2018
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