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Topeka Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger on Wednesday went public in her opposition to the re-election of fellow Republican Gov. Sam Brownback. Praeger, a longtime moderate Republican from Lawrence, is one of six sponsors of a new bi-
8/12/2013 9:29 PM Kan. Democratic Party chair, contender to be at Fox event Joan Wagnon, chair for the Kansas Democratic Party, will be on hand Friday at the Double Feature Night at the Fox, 18 E...Taking time away from her duties at Demofest in
In an effort to get more people voting to select their mayors, city councils and school board members, state lawmakers are mulling legislation to move local elections from the spring to the fall. One of Sedgwick County's new state senators, Michael O'
Topeka Gov. Sam Brownback, a conservative Republican, earlier this year delivered a massive tax cut to business owners, and now his administration is using tax dollars to tell them about it right before the election. Kansas Democratic Party Chair
Topeka Top Republicans say Tuesday's elections could cost them a few seats in the Kansas House and reduce the influence of the chamber's GOP conservatives. Several Republicans said Thursday this year's redrawing of political district boundaries
Kan. (AP) A Democratic incumbent is waging the most expensive fall campaign for Kansas' state school board as she tries to hold off a Republican with ties to a Topeka church known.
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce is trying to tie Democratic state senators to President Barack Obama and the federal health care overhaul with mailings in key districts as part of a larger effort to give conservative Republicans firm control of the
Topeka The Kansas Republican Party slammed Democrats for sending out campaign mailers in two legislative races that falsely state two GOP legislators voted for a bill that cut state school funding. Democrats said they made a mistake and issued an
Armed with number-crunching data from the Kansas Legislative Research Department, Wagnon said during a Wednesday stop at The News that tax cuts signed into law by Republican Gov. Sam Brownback are projected to create a deficit of $2.4 billion over
Denise Cassells, State Rep. Barbara Ballard, D-Lawrence, Kesar Sharma Crawford, Carolyn Campbell, Elizabeth Herbert, Ben Cohen, Rex Gardner, Terry Crowder, Ty Dragoo Donald Low, Justin Hitt, Norman Kahn, Michael Sanders, Merlin Ring, Scott Mackey,