State Rep. Ann Mah, D-Topeka, isn’t impressed with Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s claim that new voting laws he championed stopped 90 percent of past voter problems in the state. “Hey, they could have prevented 100 percent since there were no past problems,” Mah said. “A 100 percent of nothing is nothing.” Mah added: “When you make up a problem, it’s pretty easy to stop it. I didn’t hear about anyone dropping over with a heart attack at the polls; I think he stopped that, too.”
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