Conservative Chris Kobach, a former Kansas secretary of state, won the state’s Republican primary for attorney general.
Kobach defeated Republicans Kelly Warren and Tony Matvey in the Aug. 2 Republican primary for attorney general with more than 41 percent of the vote. Kobach will now face Democratic candidate Chris Mann.
Kansas has not had a Democratic attorney general since 2011.
.@NBC News Project Kris Kobach won the Kansas GOP AG primary.
His political comeback is
— Alan Smith (@akarl_smith) August 3, 2022
Kobach operates in an extremely conservative manner agenda Vows to create a special litigation unit to sue President Joe Biden’s administration to prosecute voter fraud, eliminate carry charges hidden from residents, restore the state’s anti-abortion laws and crack down on scammers who defraud consumers.
Kobach’s victory was a major conservative comeback following previous bids for Senate in 2020 and governorship in 2018. From 2011 to 2019, Kobach served as Kansas’ 31st Secretary of State. He and his wife Heather have five children.
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