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Program Summary 02 August 2014

News announcements and commentary with dance date music or your great grand-parents.

Our featured guest is Djuan Wash, communications director at Wichita's Sunflower Community Action Project.

From a July 29 press release:

Kansas Peoples Action has learned that the number of voters who are currently on the voter suspension list has exceeded the 19,500 number currently being reported in the media. Instead, the number of suspended voters currently sits at 23,782 according to a list provided through a Kansas Open Records request on July 19th from the Kansas Secretary of States office.  With the election around the corner, Kansas Peoples Action sees no hope in sight with regard to Secretary of State Kris Kobach actually addressing the problem before the election.

As recently as, July 18th of this year, during his debate with Scott Morgan at the Pachyderm Club in Wichita, Secretary Kobach hunkered down on his efforts to explain to the crowd how the SAFE Act was good for Kansas and good for voters, despite the large number of people who are on the voter suspension list, who can vote, if they have an ID, but then only to have those votes thrown in the garbage if they’ve failed to produce citizenship documents.

 

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