If you want to understand President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission, it helps to study what happened in Kansas.
Six years before Trump was tweeting about stolen elections and unsubstantiated claims of millions of fraudulent votes, Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, was promoting the idea that widespread voter fraud threatens the integrity of our electoral system.
It should come as no surprise that Trump chose Kobach to be the vice chairman of Vice President Mike Pence’s new Commission on Election Integrity. This appointment gives Kobach a national platform by which to pursue his agenda.
Kansas’ voter ID law went into effect when I was a graduate student at the University of Kansas. The pervasive campaign promoting the new law piqued my interest. My co-author and I set out to assess the impact advertisements – specifically, the “Got ID?” campaign – had on voter turnout during the 2012 election.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
If You Want To Know About Trump's Voter Fraud Commision, Check Out What Happens In Kansas
If You Want To Know About Trump's Voter Fraud Commission, Check Out What Happens In Kansas