Jean Schodorf, Democratic candidate for Kansas Secretary of State, said she wants to be a full-time Secretary of State, improve services to businesses at the office and clean up problems with voter registration if she is elected.

Jean Schodorf, Democratic candidate for Kansas Secretary of State, said she wants to be a full-time Secretary of State, improve services to businesses at the office and clean up problems with voter registration if she is elected.
Schodorf spoke during a Democrats ice cream social Tuesday in McPherson.
In the latest poll from KSN, Schodorf and Incumbent Republican Kris Kobach are neck and neck in the polls with both candidates at 46 percent and 8 percent undecided.
Schodorf said she was thrilled with the news, especially considering she started her campaign 22 points behind the sitting Secretary of State.
Schodorf criticized Kobach for continuing to work in his private law practice in addition to his duties as Secretary of State. Kobach has traveled to other states defending voter ID laws similar to the ones that have been enacted in Kansas.
“No one is minding the store,” Schodorf said. “It is falling apart.”
Schodorf pledged to be a full-time Secretary of State if she is elected.
Schodorf further expressed concerns about the Secretary of State’s service for businesses in the state.
She said businesses are waiting three to four