1. Kris Kobach championed a multistate system of checking registrations to prevent.
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4. Kris Kobach loses as voters reject the Brownback era—and Donald Trump.
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6. In 2016, Kris Kobach said that there are "interesting things" about the question of Obama's citizenship that "just made you scratch your head.
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7. Kris Kobach said he did not have enough evidence to determine if Obama could appear on the Kansas ballot for the 2012 presidential election.
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8. Kris Kobach said that the certificate released by Obama "doesn't have a doctor's signature on it.
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9. In 2009, Kris Kobach "joked at a GOP barbecue that Obama and God had something in common because neither has a birth certificate.
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13. In October 2017, Kris Kobach wrote a column on Breitbart News which said that immigrants commit a disproportionate share of crimes.
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16. On June 8, 2017, Kris Kobach formally announced his campaign for Governor of Kansas in the 2018 election.
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18. Kris Kobach claimed that more than 5,000 individuals voted by using out-of-state driving licenses as identification, even though New Hampshire residents are required to update their licenses in order to drive.
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21. Kris Kobach is alleged to have scheduled negligible state business to coincide with Republican Party functions, taking his family along with him.
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22. In February 2016, Kris Kobach endorsed Donald Trump's campaign for the US Presidency, citing his stance on immigration.
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29. On January 28, 2007, Kris Kobach was elected Chairman of the Kansas Republican Party, serving until January 2009.
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32. Kris Kobach was cited as a primary author of Alabama HB 56, passed in 2010, which was described as tougher than Arizona's law.
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33. Kris Kobach played a significant role in the drafting of Arizona SB 1070, a state law that attracted national attention as the country's broadest and strictest—at the state level—illegal immigration measure, and has assisted in defending the state during the ongoing legal battle over SB 1070s legality.
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34. Kris Kobach became counsel in another lawsuit, in part involving a Farmers Branch, Texas ordinance that attempted to prevent landlords from renting to illegal immigrants.
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35. Kris Kobach was the lead attorney defending the city of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, whose ordinances prohibiting employing and renting to illegal immigrants had been struck down by a federal judge in Pennsylvania and again before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
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37. Kris Kobach was born in Madison, Wisconsin on March 26, 1966 and his family moved to Topeka, Kansas when he was 7.
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38. Kris Kobach was defeated by Democrat Laura Kelly in the general election.
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40. Kris Kobach is known for his calls for stronger voter ID laws in the United States and a Muslim registry.
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