Posted: November 2, 2010
Kansas Democratic Party files complaint alleging voter intimidation
According to the Morningsun, the Kansas Democratic Party has filed a complaint with the Kansas Attorney General's office alleging voter intimidation from an unnamed Republican organization telling voters that they need to remember to bring a voter registration card and proof of home ownership when they go to the polls. However, Kansas does not require proof of either in order to vote. Furthermore, the calls reminded voters to vote on Nov. 3 instead of Nov.2. Under Kansas law, voter intimidation is "threatening, coercing or attempting to intimidate, threaten or coerce any person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such person to vote or to vote as he may choose."