Kobach files for KS Atty General race

(MSC News)--Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach now seeks the role of Kansas Attorney General.

In a release, Kobach said he filed Tuesday, with his campaign to include what he calls “a five-point plan for the Attorney General’s Office."

That plan includes creation of a Special Litigation Unit to focus on lawsuits against the federal government; prosecute voter fraud; eliminate conceal and carry license fees; restore Kansas’s pro-life laws; and strengthen Kansans’ protections against consumer fraud.

Kobach is challenged in the Kansas August 2 Republican Primary Election by Senator Kellie Warren and former United States Prosecutor Tony Mattivi.

Chris Mann is seeking the seat as a Democrat.

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