Republican attorney general candidate Kris Kobach is promising to pick up where he left off as secretary of state by pursuing voter fraud cases.
Kobach, who filed for office Tuesday, said he would make prosecuting voter fraud one of his top priorities similar to how he approached the issue as secretary of state.
Kobach introduced a five-point campaign agenda as the Republican primary against state Sen. Kellie Warren and former federal prosecutor Tony Mattivi fully gets underway.
The nominee would mostly likely face Democratic lawyer Chris Mann of Lawrence in the general election.
As secretary of state, Kobach won . . .
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