Months after being granted the unprecedented power of prosecuting "voting crime" in Kansas, Secretary of State Kris Kobach has found 3 cases to pursue, despite prosecutors in both counties having already decided not to prosecute. Kobach is charging Lincoln L. Wilson in Sherman County with a felony for double voting, and Betty and Steven Gaedtke with misdemeanors for unlawful voting and advance voting unlawfully.

Executive Director Micah Kubic said Kobach has been “particularly zealous about trying to find something to justify this new law that he got passed, so I’d be really concerned about the merits of the individual cases.”
 
Read the rest of the story in The Wichita Eagle here.

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