Tag Archives: Kris Kobach

Nov 6: what’s doing in the election polls

The only way I can justify the hours I have been spending daily, clicking on virtually every House and Senate race on 538 is to tell you what I’m seeing. Hairbreadth. That’s what I have just seen. While a solid … Continue reading

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Let’s go to the lovely land of voter suppression

Via Kevin Underhill in his Lowering the Bar. I’ve been loosely (that means via Twitter*) following what’s been going on in the ACLU v. Kansas and Kris Kobach (Kansas’s and Trump’s czar of “voter fraud”) trial. Here’s Kevin’s compact summary. … Continue reading

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The Facts of Life: let’s discuss paranoia

Now what brought this up? Today’s New York Times editorial on the end of Trump’s fake voter fraud commission. Because I think at least one of the “experts” the commission, um, commissioned to dig heavily into the central topic — … Continue reading

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