Monday, July 30, 2018

Latest Poll Has Kobach Leading Crowded Race

Press Release

TOPEKA - Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach holds a 9-percentage-point lead in the race for Kansas governor, according to a recent poll.

Kris Kobach (file photo)
"Our lead in the poll reveals why the Colyer campaign has launched so many desperate, negative attacks against Kris Kobach, and it explains why the liberal, George Soros-funded ACLU, and dark money groups are spending resources in Kansas for Colyer. They know Colyer will cave on issues that are important to conservatives, and they know Kris Kobach is a consistent conservative who won't back down," said Danedri Herbert, Kansans for Kobach communications director.

Among likely Republicans voters, 34 percent said they planned to vote for Kris Kobach for governor, and 25 percent said they planned to vote for Jeff Colyer. Twenty percent of those polled are undecided.

"The poll also shows that Jim Barnett is the obvious choice of moderate Republicans, especially those who favor Medicaid expansion," Herbert said. "Ken Selzer's numbers almost doubled from our last poll, showing he is on the move heading into Election Day. We expect Colyer to continue to lose support as Kansans learn that he is backed by the liberal, George Soros-funded ACLU, and other liberal, dark money groups."
JMC Analytics and Polling conducted the poll of 500 registered Republicans July 25-27. The margin of error is 4.4 percent.

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