VICTORY: Kansas and Arizona just scored big wins to combat voter fraud

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  1. Revmitchell

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    A federal judge in Kansas on Wednesday ruled that the federal agency which oversees the federal voter registration form must include the state-specific proof-of-citizenship requirements requested by both Kansas and Arizona.

    The ruling was hailed by Republican officials in both states. And it also does away with the need for the “two-tier” voting systems that were proposed while the case was pending.

    “This is a huge victory for the states of Kansas and Arizona,” Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) said in a statement. “They have successfully protected our sovereign right to set and enforce the qualifications for registering to vote. We have now paved the way for all 50 states to protect their voter rolls and ensure that only U.S. citizens can vote.”

    http://youngcons.com/victory-kansas-and-arizona-just-scored-big-wins-to-combat-voter-fraud/
     
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    Kris Kobach, the attorney-general here in Kansas, helped write the legislation for both states. This guy is a rising star. Keep an eye on him.
     

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