By John Bowden | TheHill - The Hill News | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) officially recused himself from his role as the state's elections chief on Friday amid the vote counting in the state's unsettled Republican gubernatorial primary....
By | CNN | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer said Friday that he's "not entirely" comfortable with the current vote counting process in the state's gubernatorial election.
By | News & Politics - Esquire | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
There have been some discrepancies in the vote totals.
By email@example.com (Daniel Strauss) | POLITICO | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said he would recuse himself from the continuing vote count in his too-close-to-call Republican gubernatorial primary against Gov. Jeff Colyer. Colyer's campaign sent Kobach's campaign a letter arguing that he needed to step away from advising local officials involved in counting the ballots in the gubernatorial primary. "It has come to my attention that your...
By | Reuters | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
Kris Kobach, the Republican candidate endorsed by U.S. President Donald Trump in the Kansas governor's race, said he plans to recuse himself from the vote recount after a correction in the total cut his lead to just 91 votes.
By James Doubek | NPR | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is the state's top elections official, who leads Gov. Jeff Colyer by a paper-thin margin in initial vote counts in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary. (Image credit: John Hanna/AP)
By Dom Calicchio | FOX News | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state locked in a tight Republican gubernatorial primary battle against incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer, said Thursday night that he plans to recuse himself from the vote-counting process.
By | HuffPost | 1 week 3 days ago | Politics
"Yes I’ll be happy to recuse myself,” the Republican gubernatorial candidate said as the count in the tight primary contest continues.