Kobach failed to enforce a court-ordered freeze on Kansas's controversial voter registration laws.
Could the president's "voter fraud" panel become even stronger in death than in life? Critics are worried.
Disabled voters’ ballots were tossed because of an “unintended consequence” in the state law, county commissioners said.
Trump Jr. is cozying up to Kansas gubernatorial hopeful Kobach, who heads the president's controversial "voter fraud" commission.
A member of what the president calls his "very distinguished voter fraud panel" is going back to court in an attempt to break through what he says is its veil of secrecy.
A member of President Donald Trump's "voter fraud commission" says he wants answers, not trouble.
For every legitimate instance of double registration, the crosscheck database incorrectly identified 200 voters who were registered in only one state, a study found.
The congressional watchdog will not begin work for “about five months.”
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity caused a national outcry with its request for reams of personal data on all registered U.S. voters.
Kris Kobach tried to change federal voter registration laws to include proof-of-citizenship requirements as he imposed in Kansas.