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Kansas Secretary of State Backs Trump on Election Fraud Claims

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The top elections official in Kansas is defending Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee claims that election fraud could cost him the election. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is a Trump supporter and a vocal advocate of tough voter ID and proof-of-citizenship requirements for voters. But the Kansas Republican Party's executive director said Thursday that the party will accept the results after the Electoral College meets in December to formally choose the president. Kobach said if the vote is close in a swing state like Florida, there is what he called a "legitimate question" about the results. Kansas GOP Executive Director Clay Barker said there might be some election problems but no "massive election conspiracy." A Loyola University law professor's recent study concluded that voter-impersonation cases are extremely rare.
 

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