Kris W. Kobach: Kansas' voter law isn...

Kris W. Kobach: Kansas' voter law isn't the same as Arizona's

There are 8 comments on the The Wichita Eagle story from Jun 29, 2013, titled Kris W. Kobach: Kansas' voter law isn't the same as Arizona's. In it, The Wichita Eagle reports that:

The Eagle printed an editorial headlined "Kobach wrong again" . It claimed that the state and local laws I have drafted to stop illegal immigration have been struck down in court, and that Kansas' law requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote should be abandoned.

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Oh My

Highland, IN

#1 Jun 29, 2013
Kobach is an American hero!!!!!!!!
A New Day

Lenexa, KS

#2 Jul 1, 2013
Kriss Kobach is an educated fool. He is a transparent as a pane of glass. A multi-loser in Kansas elections, he was able to backdoor his way into a low end office and continues to try to be relevant. Pathetic representative of Kansas.
A New Day

Lenexa, KS

#3 Aug 28, 2013
Stop and think about what Kriss Kobach has just proposed. A joint lawsuit, with Arizona:

"Republican administrations in Kansas and Arizona have teamed up to sue the federal government for permission to require proof of U.S. citizenship from people registering to vote."

Doesn't the above article state Kobach claiming the Kansas voter law is different than the Kansas law ?

Kriss is an educated fool.

United States

#4 Aug 29, 2013
It's amazing how strongly Democrats are protecting their illegal voters. Having to produce an ID to vote should be a no brainer. Actually it is a no brainer. Those against it have no brains.
Brenda besson

United States

#5 Aug 29, 2013
This guy should be president,chris crane vice president.we can clean the country and get rid of all illegals we can do it,yes we can.

United States

#6 Aug 29, 2013
It's always the same thing with liberals. As soon as the court of common sense turns against them, they resort to the racist or racial profiling defense. And to think these childish elitists actually think they are putting forth a valid argument. What a joke.

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#7 Aug 30, 2013
First off, as our foolish politicians rail on about voter suppression, they failed to mention that minorities were out-numbering white voters in many states at the polling place during the last presidential election.

http://www.ce nsus. gov/newsroom/relea ses/archives/votin g/cb13-84.html

This is how Mexico handles its voting process...

"Mexicans are very scrupulous about documentation for official purposes, so one must present required documents to register to vote. There's no such thing as “motor-voter registration” as is done here; a new Mexican voter has to take a birth certificate and proof of residency to an IFE office to register.

Once the application is complete, the newly registered voter is photographed and fingerprinted. With this, an official voter ID card is created containing picture, thumbprint, and voter encrypted data. Registration must be renewed every 12 years. It takes about two weeks for the card to be created, at which time the voter must return to the office personally sign for, and collect it. It is not mailed. The Federal Electoral Voting Card cannot be tampered with or altered and is the gold standard for identification purposes.

To allow for the greatest possible access to voting, Election Day is always on Sunday in Mexico. Everyone votes on the same day, no exceptions. Absentee voting? It doesn't exis, because of the high potential for fraud. There are no provisional ballots and no possibility of “hanging chads.” Polls open and close at the same time in all parts of the country. Beginning in 2006, voting was extended to voters outside of Mexico, particularly to accommodate the millions of registered voters in the U.S. The poor and disadvantaged are especially encouraged to register and vote."

Hmmm, your thoughts?

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#8 Aug 30, 2013

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