If you want to know who bankrolled a school board candidate in Kansas, most of the time you have to wait until after the election.
Unlike races for the Legislature, voters don't know who's financing school board candidates until after they cast their ballots.
Now, Democratic state Sen. Tom Hawk wants to change that with a bill that would expand state campaign finance laws to cover races for local school district and community college boards.
The bill would establish contribution limits and require more frequent reporting for . . .
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