GOP secretary of state candidate Kris Kobach claims that saying voter fraud is not a significant problem in Kansas — which all the evidence supports — is like saying, as he put it in a debate last weekend, "Well, I live in a neighborhood, and we haven't had any thefts for the past five years, so, you know what? It's not a problem. I'm going to leave my doors unlocked at night. I'm going to leave the car in the driveway and leave the keys in the car." No, it's not like that. The state's election system has safeguards that work well. Its doors aren't unlocked. But to continue with the analogy, Kobach is like a door-to-door salesman trying to scare people with made-up tales of crime in order to sell them a home-security system they don't need.