ACLU/Fish et al v. Kobach Court Case

Kobach_Court_Info.pngOn Tuesday, March 6 at the Dole Courthouse in Kansas City, KS, the ACLU of Kansas will argue the Fish et al v. Kobach case, challenging the proof of citizenship requirement for voter registration that has prevented legal voters from participating in Kansas elections.

We need our volunteers and supporters to show up in full force and stand up against Kris Kobach’s illegal and unnecessary efforts to limit citizen participation.

Make your voice heard and show Kris Kobach you support increased citizen participation!

Tuesday, March 6 at 8:45am

Robert J Dole Federal Courthouse - KC Room 643

500 State Avenue - Kansas City, KS 66101

Please arrive no later than 8:45 am

No cell phones will be allowed

There will be limited seating in the courtroom and overfill room so please be sure to RSVP as soon as possible. Sign up to attend the Fish et al v. Kobach case here:

We’d love to see you there as we work toward keeping Kansas a free and equitable state. Your presence is vital to the success of our movement. We can’t do it without you. Please stay tuned for the ACLU rescheduled volunteer orientations!

More background information from the ACLU here: ACLU Facebook Event Information

March 06, 2018 at 8:45am - 11:45am
Robert J Dole Federal Courthouse
500 State Ave- KC Room 643
Kansas City, KS 66101
United States
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Kiana Knolland · 316.755.5639
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