Highway contractors are bankrolling a digital ad campaign that portrays moderate Republican statehouse candidates as supporters of President Donald Trump's plan for investing in transportation.
The Build Kansas Jobs political action committee is running an independent campaign that could pay dividends by boosting the conservative credentials of Republican lawmakers who face more right-leaning opponents in the Aug. 4 primary.
The ads target about a dozen House and Senate races, mostly in areas of the state where Trump and former Secretary of State Kris Kobach have been well received but also . . .
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