Kris Kobach Dominates in GOP Primary for Kansas Attorney General


    A new poll conducted by WPA Intelligence shows Kobach leading his GOP primary rivals by 40 percent. In the poll, Kobach has 52 percent of the vote during the primary, while rivals Tony Mattivi and  Kellie Warren took 19 percent, while nearly three-in-10 most likely Republican voters are not sure.

    Since last year's poll, Kobach's popularity in the race has increased over 10 percent. At that time, Kobach was still dominating his rivals with a 30 points advantage.

    Kobach's run  for Kansas Attorney General has been greatly boosted due to his strong 71-percent support of self-identified Christian conservatives, as well as self-described “Trump Republicans,” 70 percent of whom are in support of Kobach.

    “This polling result reflects what I have been seeing all over the state,” Kobach declared in a press release. “Kansans have had enough of the Biden administration. They want an attorney general who will sue the Biden administration and win in court.”

    Kobach is boasting about his track record of legal action, where he successfully sued the administration of former President Obama and has recently won a lawsuit against the administration of President Joe Biden.

    The poll included 500 potential GOP people in Kansas from April 18 through April 20. The Margin of Error of +or0. 4.3 per cent.


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