Gov. Jeff Colyer said Thursday that he thinks the state has a good chance of winning an appeal of a federal court ruling striking down a state law requiring people to show proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote, especially now that Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office has taken over the case. “I think the attorney general will do a fine job, and I intend to win this. I think it’s an opportunity for us to win this thing,” Colyer told reporters Thursday.Full Article: Kansas AG takes over appeal of Kobach’s voting rights case; governor says state intends to win | News, Sports, Jobs - Lawrence Journal-World: news, information, headlines and events in Lawrence, Kansas.
Jul 6 2018