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A Washington-area group is spending more than $423,000 on radio and television ads in Kansas markets to boost tea party challenger Milton Wolf's campaign against U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts in the Republican primary, and the group's leader sai...
Former Republican U.S. Rep. Jan Meyers formally endorsed Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback's re-election Monday, six days after being listed among dozens of GOP moderates backing Democratic challenger Paul Davis.
Jennifer Winn is running a shoestring Republican primary race against Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on a platform that includes legalizing marijuana, and both he and his Democratic challenger have ignored her for months.
A Washington-area group with ties to veteran Republican operatives is spending at least $246,000 on radio and television advertisements in Kansas markets praising conservative GOP Gov. Sam Brownback ahead of the state's primary election, rec...
Republicans maintained their sizeable voter-registration advantage over Democrats in Kansas in recent months, but the state also saw a small increase in unaffiliated voters, new figures from the secretary of state's office showed Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts has maintained his big fundraising advantage over challenger Milton Wolf in the Kansas Republican primary, but Wolf received the endorsement Tuesday of a national tea party group.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Monday praised Gov. Sam Brownback as a "visionary" and "warrior" for conservative fiscal and social policies, as the Kansas Republican sought to energize his political...
Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts stoked the political brushfire he was hoping to smother during a recent Kansas City-area radio morning show.
Kansas will develop a program for breeding lesser prairie chickens in hopes of getting the federal government to back off its listing of the bird as a threatened species, Gov. Sam Brownback announced Thursday.
A northeast Kansas businessman seeking a spot on the ballot for U.S. Senate as an independent candidate launched statewide television and radio ads Thursday suggesting both major political parties are responsible for dysfunction in Washington.