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Local Sheriffs throw support to Kobach

Kris Kobach

Three local area Sheriffs join seven others from Kansas in throwing their support behind Kris Kobach, citing the conservative values expressed by the Kansas Attorney General candidate.

In a release issued by Kobach’s campaign Monday, Brown County Sheriff John Merchant, Leavenworth County Sheriff Andy Dedeke, and Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse are all named as being among the ten Kansas Sheriffs supporting Kobach.

In the release, Morse is quoted as calling Kobach “a trusted conservative who will back the blue and protect the Constitution,” adding that Kobach “isn’t afraid to take on extreme leftists”, with Kobach’s “experience fighting” the long-standing American Civil Liberties Union in court cited as his example. Morse, in the release, calls Kobach “the law and order candidate in this race” adding that he gives Kobach “his full endorsement.”

Kobach, a lawyer who served as the 31st Secretary of State of Kansas, lost the Governor’s race in 2018 and the 2020 GOP primary for U.S. Senate.

Kobach is seeking the Republican nod for Attorney General in the 2022 Kansas Primary Election, challenged by fellow Republicans including State Senator Kellie Warren, of Leawood, and retired U.S. Attorney Tony Mattivi.

Current Republican Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is running for Kansas Governor in 2022.

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