Brownback PAC raises $66,000
AT&T heavy donor
AT&T heavy donor
Brownback seeking to help 14 GOP Senate candidates, including Kay Wolf
If Tuesday’s primary results hold through the fall, the Kansas Senate would be left with five moderate Republicans after conservatives won decisively …
Conservative Republicans scored big wins across Kansas on Tuesday as they set themselves up to seize control of the state Senate and …
Total now exceeds half million dollars
A couple of years ago, any candidate raising more than $100,000 to run for the Kansas Senate would draw gasps.
The survey question for Kansas Senate candidate Gary Mason was straightforward. “What, if any, changes would you like to see made to the state’s abortion laws?” His straightforward answer: Change the courts.
Political heavyweights open their wallets in a battle over the direction of Kansas
Wolf infuses big total with $35,000 loan
Thousands spent to take down moderate Republicans in legislative races
Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s new political action committee raised nearly $20,000 this year while giving campaign contributions to conservative candidates.
Six contributors make up most of the donations
Not the only chamber in town wading into the fight
Cooper: An early glimpse into spending on statehouse elections
Cooper: Secretary of State appears at event for northeast JoCo candidate
A fiery election season is engulfing Kansas amid a Republican civil war that will likely decide the fate of Gov. Sam Brownback’s legacy.
Cooper: Graves appears in Johnson County to campaign for mod Senate candidates
Cooper: PACs from KC chamber, state chamber back opposite candidates
Cooper: Both running in Senate District 7 to replace Huntington
Cooper: You need to search to find governor’s GOP primary endorsements
Kansas political titans Sam Brownback and Bill Graves are about to wage a war for the heart and soul of the state …
No matter what happens in the voting booth this summer and fall redrawn districts will mean scores of new candidates and a …
Cooper: Most KC-area lawmakers voted to put more money into schools
Cooper: House speaker introduces bill to toughen up mandatory reporting laws
Cooper: Bill would allow taxpayers to donate to arts
The ballot for the Kansas House District 21 is down to two candidates â€“â€“ one Republican and one Libertarian â€“â€“ after Democrat Joe Hoffman withdrew.
The Kansas City area has benefited from an effective and thoughtful mix of moderate Republicans and Democrats in Topeka. Theyâ€™ve served the area well through some very difficult times. Voters in Johnson and Wyandotte counties would do well …