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Vermin Love Supreme (yes, that is his real name), filed a Civil Rights Complaint and is asking a Federal Court for injunctive relief to place his name on the ballot in Kansas as a candidate for Kansas Attorney General.  

Supreme is performance artist and a political activist who has run for U.S. President many times, and recently announced that he wished to run for Kansas Attorney General: Kansas literally has no residency requirements, either by statue or in the Kansas Constitution, and no requirement that the Kansas AG be an attorney.

In fact, despite having some of the most restrictive voter access laws in the country (the District of Kansas sanctioned Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in relation to the lawsuit regarding whether Kansas’ requirement that voters must produce documentary evidence of citizenship is constitutional) Kansas has no qualification requirements for who may run for office, which means that  six teenagers are currently running there.

However, the Kansas Elections Board disqualified Supreme, declaring he was not a resident, despite the fact that he had a rental property in Kansas and there are no requirements that he be a resident anyway.

In the hearing directly after Supreme’s hearing, the Elections Board found that a similarly situated candidate who also recently moved to Kansas for the purposes of running in the election (and  listed a home that was in foreclosure as his residence, was qualified.

Supreme filed a complaint and a request for injunctive relief putting Supreme back on the ballot. There are many costs associated with this lawsuit, and Supreme needs help paying his legal costs. 

Copies of his Complaint and TRO are here:

Complaint – Vermin Love Supreme v. Kansas State Elections Board

Request for Injunctive Relief

Disclaimer: all funds raised here will go directly to Vermin Supreme's client trust account maintained by his attorneys at Randazza Legal Group. 


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