By Gene Meyer | Kansas Reporter
FAIRWAY — Kansas’ first statewide test of its new voter ID requirements is Tuesday, and supporters and opponents of the provisions are eagerly awaiting the results.
Backers of the new requirements say the change will enhance security; opponents say the changes will keep an unknown number of legitimate voters from exercising rights [...]
By Earl Glynn | Kansas Watchdog
TOPEKA — Big PAC money is pouring into campaigns ahead of next week’s primary election, with control of the Senate hanging in the balance.
But questions surround shifting campaign money and shadowy political action committees, with voters caught in the line of fire.
Conservative Gov. Sam Brownback and the conservative Kansas House [...]
SHAWNEE — Secretary of State Kris Kobach held a press conference outside a polling place in the city election on Tuesday to discuss voter photo ID in Kansas elections.Read More →
TOPEKA. Secretary of State Kris Kobach on Tuesday discussed the introduction of a House Bill to prevent vote fraud and increase the integrity of Kansas elections.
The bill will introduce a government-issued photo ID requirement for voting in person at the polls.
Mail ballots would require either a copy of a government-issued photo ID, or simply the [...]