Obama will be on the ballot in KansasYou have to wonder if Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer woke up Saturday, fired up their Twitter and RSS feeds and then decided to hit the snooze button.
Kansas summit addresses obesity rateJeff Colyer and Secretary of Health and Environment Robert Moser are among those taking part. Colyer and Moser are both physicians.
So they tweeted about Kansas birthersJeff Colyer - made Kansas the butt of jokes. Among some of the tweets: "What the matter with Kansas? They're nuts." - Nixon White House counsel John Dean "Kansas Republican establishment goes full birther.
Yael T. Abouhalkah | Sorry, birthers, Obama gets on Kansas ballotJeff Colyer last week had indicated that all three Republicans were taking this foolishness seriously. The objection had been filed by a Manhattan man who testified that Obama's birth certificate had been tampered with.
State board keeps Sawyer on ballot in House District 95 in WichitaJeff Colyer, voted unanimously to deny Gabel's objection. Gabel filed a complaint with the secretary of state's office using his title of executive director of the tea party group Kansans for Liberty.
What's the matter with Kansas?... fellow members of a state board were considering removing President Barack Obama from the Kansas ballot this November. Kobach is part of the State Objections Board along with Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Lt.
Obama Birther Challenge Subject Of Kansas Objections Board HearingJeff Colyer and Attorney General Derek Schmidt -- has the power to remove Obama from the ballot in his mother's home state.
Kansas panel considers challenge to Obama ballot spotThe State Objections Board held off on a decision in hearing a challenge to Obama's inclusion on the ballot. The board, which consists of Lt.
Kansas Board Mulls Removing Obama's Name from Nov. BallotJeff Colyer - who make up the State Objections Board - postponed until Monday consideration of the ballot challenge, pending a review of President Obama's birth certificate from Hawaii.
Birthers Try To Have President Obama Removed From Kansas BallotJeff Colyer, has postponed until Monday any possible action on a complaint filed by a Manhattan resident pending review of a copy of Obama's birth certificate from Hawaii.
Eligibility complaint pulled over 'intimidation'Jeff Colyer, was from activist Tom Ballantyne, author of "Oh Really, O'Reilly!"; former Army. Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, a physician who was drummed out of the military for questioning Obama's eligibility; retired Col.
Obama will remain on Kansas ballot after 'Birther' complaint droppedJeff Colyer voted to close the matter during the 15-minute meeting. They did so without making a ruling about the president's citizenship.
The Star's editorial | No conspiracy theory is too batty to examineJeff Colyer seemed keen to pursue an objection brought by Joe Montgomery of Manhattan, who claimed to be privy to "substantial evidence" that parts of Obama's birth certificate have been forged or doctored.
At Kansas Birther Hearing, Board Allows Obama On BallotJeff Colyer and Attorney Derek Schmidt, the other two board members who did not attend today's meeting, motioned to accept the withdrawal and Obama's papers, and moved to adjourn the meeting.
Kansas Seriously Considering Removing President Obama from November ...Jeff Colyer - sent requests for a copy of Obama's birth certificate to officials in Hawaii, Arizona, and Mississippi. "As for Mr. Obama's citizenship, there are many doubts," Montgomery told the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Manhattan man withdraws claim that Obama is not legal citizenThe Kansas Objections Board, which consists of Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Lt. Governor Jeff Colyer, and Attorney General Derek Schmidt, all Republicans, was set to decide on Monday whether or not to remove Obama from the ballot.
Kansas gets birther-curiousJeff Colyer are reviewing a complaint from Joe Montgomery, a concerned citizen, who says that the president has not adequately proven that he's a natural-born American citizen.
Let it goJeff Colyer. The two attorneys on the board - Kobach and Schmidt - dismissed the legal basis for the claim saying the Manhattan resident was "trying to read too much into" the court cases.
Kansas Birther Case Ends After Joe Montgomery Withdraws Objection to Obama ...Jeff Colyer and Attorney General Derek Schmidt -- voted to delay a final decision, saying it needed more evidence and would reach out to Hawaiian officials for certification of the president's birth certificate, along with officials in Arizona and ...
Kan. man drops challenge to Obama on state ballotJeff Colyer, are all Republicans, and Montgomery is a registered Republican, according the secretary of state's office.