United States Senator Roger Marshall Endorses Kris Kobach for Kansas Attorney General 

On August 25, 2022, United States Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) endorsed former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach for the position of Kansas Attorney General. 

Marshall tweeted, “The fed gov keeps getting bigger and more intrusive. We can’t afford a weak AG who bows to Joe Biden and his out of control agencies — Kansas won’t be pushed around — that’s why I’m joining Republicans across Kansas and uniting to support @KrisKobach1787.”


In an email that he sent to his supporters, Kobach stated the following:

 In the U.S. Senate, Marshall is standing up to Biden’s woke agenda. Marshall is a conservative leader in the Senate fighting for Kansans, and I look forward to joining him in that effort as the next Kansas Attorney General. I’m so grateful for his endorsement and his courageous efforts in the U.S. Senate.

 Kobach is a seasoned America First patriot who has championed patriotic immigration reform and is a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment. During his current campaign for Kansas Attorney General, Kobach is focused on pursuing legal action against the Biden regime, tackle voter fraud, get rid of concealed carry fees for residents of Kansas, restoring pro-life laws in the state, and going after scammers who defraud consumers. 

 On August 2, 2022, Kobach won the Republican primary for Attorney General after picking up 42.2% of the vote. Kobach unsuccessfully ran for the US Senate in 2020. However, he may prove to be more valuable at the state level as the country becomes more polarized and the federal government grows more brazen in how poorly it treats the populace.  Such circumstances will require strong state leaders to step up and challenge the Feds. Kobach has all the right stuff to assume that role.

 His campaign for Kansas Attorney General can be supported here



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