Paul Davis is one of two attorneys representing two suspended voters suing Kris Kobach in federal court over a new rule that will remove prospective voters from the state’s suspended voter list if they fail to provide proof of citizenship after 90 days.
Paul Davis is one of two attorneys representing two suspended voters suing Kris Kobach in federal court over a new rule that will remove prospective voters from the state’s suspended voter list if they fail to provide proof of citizenship after 90 days. Mike Hutmacher File photo
Paul Davis is one of two attorneys representing two suspended voters suing Kris Kobach in federal court over a new rule that will remove prospective voters from the state’s suspended voter list if they fail to provide proof of citizenship after 90 days. Mike Hutmacher File photo
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Kansas GOP demands Paul Davis withdraw from suspended voter suit

October 06, 2015 01:16 PM

UPDATED October 06, 2015 06:16 PM

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