The candidates largely agreed that voter fraud is not a systemic issue but committed themselves to enforcing the state’s election laws. They also said they want to focus on improving the less-talked-about administrative side of the office, such as the state’s publications and business database and registration systems.
Maybe that’s not quite right:
at least this county commissioner (running as a Republican) says he wants to go further than Kobach-like laws to audit the voter rolls & identify noncitizens, though: https://t.co/LwxfFczsUp
— Taniel (@Taniel) July 27, 2018