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(Updated) Waiting on Roger: Candidates start weighing bids in Big First if incumbent runs...

(Updated to include more bio details about Democratic candidate) Republican U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall hasn't even decided whether to run for the U.S. Senate and...

UPDATED: Former GOP chair meets with donors as interest in congressional race builds

(UPDATED to reflect statement from Sara Weir) Former Kansas Republican Party Chairwoman Amanda Adkins' interest in running for Congress is picking up as she met...

UDPATED: New candidate emerges for Pilcher-Cook Senate seat

(Updated to reflect Constance's official filing) A Shawnee City councilwoman who has been in the headlines for her environmental advocacy has filed to run for...

Thomas seeks diversion in election perjury case

Facing a charge of election perjury, Republican state Rep. Adam Thomas is taking a legal step that might enable him to remain in the...

Prosecutors drop last voter fraud case brought by Kobach

Local prosecutors have dropped the last voter fraud case brought by former Secretary of State of Kris Kobach because of a lack of evidence. The...

Davids reports amassing more than $450,000

U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids announced Tuesday that she has piled up more than $450,000 for her reelection bid next year. The Davids campaign released a...

Legislature passes bill aimed at making voting more accessible

The Legislature has approved a package of bills aimed at making voting more accessible and ensuring that as many votes are counted as possible. The...

Congressional committee investigating relocation of Dodge City polling place

A powerful congressional committee is looking into Ford County's controversial decision to relocate Dodge City's lone polling place to the outskirts of town where...

Davids says voter fervor isn’t subsiding, predicts Kansas can change political narrative

If Republicans are hoping the fervor that helped elect a Democratic congresswoman and governor is subsiding, newly elected U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids has some...

Ethics commission fines gubernatorial candidate

The Kansas Ethics Commission has fined Republican gubernatorial candidate Patrick Kucera $2,500 for failing to file a statement of substantial interests after last year's...