Court affirms ruling striking down Kansas voter registration law

Court affirms ruling striking down Kansas voter registration law

A federal appeals court Wednesday affirmed a lower court’s decision that a Kansas voting law is unconstitutional and violates the National Voter Registration Act. The law, which took effect in 2013, required anyone who registers to vote in the state to provide documentation of US citizenship . The court concluded more than 31,000 Kansas residents were prevented from registering to vote.

Paul C
Paul C 0 months

"Many experts say voter fraud is extremely rare" -- I don't care how rare it is. Fix it!

Boo 0 months

Talk about foreign influence. Flood an area with non-citizen and have them all vote one way. Kind of voter 101 on how to rig an election.

David 0 months

Wow, this is great, some friends of mine are excited. They can already vote in California, New York & Illinois now Kansas too.

Jesus 0 months

Those that were calling the quarantine measures meant to save our lives as "fascist" aren't here to celebrate this upholding of constitutional rights Does it have anything to do with this being about immigrants?

Chris Cahill
Chris Cahill 0 months

How is asking for proof of us citizenship unconstitutional. I don’t know of anywhere else in the world where making sure someone is a citizen before they vote being wrong

Jon 0 months

Suck on it Kobach. Another win for disenfranchised voters 👍👍

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