NEW: Interested Parties Memo, Poll Show Kris Kobach in Trouble
November 2, 2022
Kobach Being Outraised by Political Newcomer in Final Stretch
Washington, DC — Stop us when you heard this before: Kris Kobach is in trouble. Not the same trouble his former employer is in, but you get the idea.
A new Interested Parties Memo from Democratic nominee for Kansas Attorney General Chris Mann’s campaign shows major momentum for him with just days until Election Day.
A new poll from Emerson College, which FiveThirtyEight ranks at an A- on reliability, showed Kansas Democratic nominee for Attorney General Chris Mann ahead in the race against far-right extremist Kris Kobach for the first time in the cycle. The two remain in a statistical tie with a 3-point margin of error, but Mann leads by a single point, 44 to 43.
Mann’s memo also highlights his fundraising advantage over Kobach, with Mann raising $952K and Kobach only raising $456K. Mann even has more cash on hand than Kobach.
With just six days to go until Election Day, it’s clear the momentum is with Chris Mann’s campaign for AG. Mann, a retired police officer, former national chair of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and a former prosecutor, has built a campaign that will finally end Kris Kobach’s political career for good.