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Vermin Supreme kicked off ballot

The state Objections Board on Monday removed performance artist and political satirist Vermin Supreme from the ballot for Kansas attorney general. The board voted 2-0...

UPDATED: Kobach to announce for Senate next month, report says

(Updated to reflect a comment from former campaign manager) Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach will announce his candidacy for the U.S. Senate next...

AFP Action planning to spend historic sums in Kansas

Americans for Prosperity Action says it will spend an unprecedented sum of money on general election campaigns in Kansas that will reach into the...

Federal PAC targets local school board races

In what may be a first for Kansas, a federal political action committee is targeting local school board races in an effort to elect...

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...

NRA reveals primary election endorsements

The National Rifle Association announced its endorsements Thursday without picking a candidate in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate. The NRA gave Congressman Roger...

FINAL: Capsules for Kansas House races

The candidates are now locked in. The deadline for filing for the Legislature lapsed at at noon on Monday. Here is the unofficial list along with...

New poll out in Kansas governor’s race

A new poll by a conservative-leaning group shows Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt edging ahead of Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly as the governor's race...

1776 Project PAC fundraising almost doubles, report shows

A federal PAC supporting school board candidates in Kansas and nationally who oppose critical race theory raised almost $300,000 in the third quarter, a...

New poll shows Bollier with narrow lead in U.S. Senate race

A new poll done by a Kansas Republican consultant shows Democrat Barbara Bollier up on GOP Congressman Roger Marshall by a little more than...