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News Releases

Below is a listing of News & Press from the Dole Institute.

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Staff leaders from 2016 presidential campaigns will take part in Dole elections conference

A prominent group of political strategists, journalists and pollsters will explore the 2016 election results at the Dole Institute of Politics’ nationally recognized Post-Election Conference.

Dole Institute to host biennial election conferences

A group of journalists, academics and political leaders from around the state will explore the 2016 election results at the Kansas Elections Conference, hosted by the Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas….

Dole Institute’s first advisory board packed with known political names (LJ World)

The Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas has created an advisory board and filled it with quite a few big names. Aside from the wisdom they have to share, I’m sure politically connected-types don’t hurt when recruiting speakers of the caliber who’ve previously visited KU through the Dole Institute…

Former governor, other politicians join Dole Institute board of advisers

The Dole Institute of Politics announced this week the creation of an 18-person board to serve as the chief volunteer advisory group of the institute, providing necessary support to promote and achieve the mission of the Dole Institute…

Kassebaum leaves award to Dole Institute student programs

Former U.S. Sen. Nancy Kassebaum has requested that her Dole Leadership Prize cash award stay at the Dole Institute of Politics to fund student programming. Kassebaum received the Dole Leadership Prize in a surprise ceremony Sept. 17 at the Dole Institute. The prize comes with a $25,000 cash award…

At Dole Institute forum, Kobach, attorney disagree on motivation, effects of voting laws (LJ World)

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and his occasional courtroom adversary Mark Johnson were in agreement on two key points Tuesday at a Dole Institute of Politics forum on voting laws and their intent…

Kobach, Johnson exchange blows in voter law debate (Topeka Capital-Journal)

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach claimed Tuesday night to be a national leader in voter security by championing adoption of laws requiring proof of citizenship to register, photograph identification to cast a ballot and mail-in ballot restrictions…

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