Secretary of State Kobach unveils voting fraud website


TOPEKA, Kansas – Kansas Secretary of State Kris W. Kobach on Wednesday unveiled an updated website to report voting fraud in the state of Kansas.

With passage of SB 34 earlier this year, the Kansas Secretary of State became one of the first secretaries of state in the nation with authority to prosecute election crimes.

This authority is shared with the Attorney General and local district and county attorneys.

The updated website allows a person to report election violations to the Secretary of State’s office for review and possible investigation.

Types of violations may include advance voting irregularities, corrupt political advertising, election bribery, election forgery, disorderly election conduct, intimidation of voters, voting without being qualified, voting twice in the same election, and poll site violations, among others.

A description of the violation, along with any supporting documentation is requested. Citizens desiring to report unlawful election activities may do so by filling out the Stop Voter Fraud form at or call the Stop Voter Fraud hotline at (800) 262-8683.

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