The latest article from Jenny Cohn, found on TYTNetwork:
Kris Kobach, Kansas’s top election official, recently declared victory in the highly publicized Republican gubernatorial primary in Kansas, surpassing his opponent (sitting Gov. Jeff Colyer) by about 300 votes. Although Colyer has already conceded, last week’s election day computer “glitch” in Johnson County, the state’s most populous county, has cast a shadow over the legitimacy of Kobach’s victory.
At 9 p.m. on August 7, election day, with 10 of Johnson County’s precincts reporting (and just one other, smaller county left to report), Colyer led Kobach by 44 votes in the state and by 13 percent in the county.
By Jennifer Cohn
Attorney and Election Integrity Advocate