Secretary of State Kris Kobach talks voter ID laws at the University of Kansas
"It's a controversial topic in Kansas, elections and who can vote in them. Secretary of State Kris Kobach, a proponent of voter identification laws, debated the issue at the University of Kansas on Thursday. Kobach addressed a divided crowd of Kansas residents, for and against current state voting regulations.
'There is no evidence that voter impersonation fraud is a problem. And if impersonation fraud isn’t a problem, how can the fact that a legislature says it’s a problem turn it into one,' quoted Mark Johnson, a professor of law at the University of Kansas, as he lectured students."