WICHITA — A law enforcement officer says former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach asked him to investigate possible double voting and non-citizen voting.
His role came to light on Thursday after current Secretary of State Scott Schwab issued a news release saying he had asked the FBI to find out what happened to 1,000 rounds of missing ammunition purchased during Kobach’s tenure.
The FBI says it investigated and referred the matter to federal prosecutors. The U.S. attorney’s office says it declined to prosecute.
Craig McCullah says he was working in the secretary of state’s office as communications director when Kobach asked him to take on law enforcement duties in order to conduct interviews with people suspected of voter fraud. He says the ammunition was used to keep his certification current.