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Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach Endorses Deborah Flora for CO-04

Parker, Colo. – Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach endorsed Deborah Flora for Congress today, hailing the conservative Republican leader’s record on parental rights and her stance on immigration.

“For me, the most important issue facing Washington is immigration and its effect on our national security,” Kobach said. “On that issue, Deborah Flora is solid and determined. Flora stands out as someone who will be a leader in Washington because we have seen how hard she has fought to expose bad practices in the education system and fight for the rights of parents to be the decision-makers in the lives of their children.”

Attorney General Kris Kobach served as the 31st Kansas Secretary of State from 2011 to 2019. Kobach has led the charge against the Obama and Biden Administration’s failed immigration policies to secure our Southern Border.

“I am honored to have the endorsement of Kris Kobach, a strong Conservative who has been a leading force in securing our nation’s border. I have been there witnessing firsthand the national security and humanitarian crisis created by Biden’s failed policies. In Congress, I will fight to finish President Trump’s wall and ensure our immigration laws are enforced,” said Flora.

Flora launched her campaign for Colorado’s 4th District at the beginning of November. Her campaign launch video can be viewed HERE.

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