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Kobach, Selzer bear down on Colyer in GOP debate

Secretary of State Kris Kobach called out Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer for his intention to sign a roughly $525 million education finance bill that...

Former Kansas U.S. attorney considers Senate run

Former Kansas U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom is eying a run for the U.S. Senate in 2020. In an interview Wednesday, Grissom said he was considering...

Attorney general seeks to block 10 out-of-state candidates from running for governor

With almost a dozen gubernatorial candidates from out of state, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt went to court on Tuesday to block anyone who...

Republican Governors Association booking ad time in Kansas

Anticipating a competitive governor's race this year in Kansas, the Republican Governors Association has reserved about $1 million in ad time months ahead of...

Kelly enjoys high favorable ratings in new governor’s race poll

Although she may not be the most well-known of the gubernatorial hopefuls, Democratic state Sen. Laura Kelly enjoys the highest popularity of any candidate...

Kobach announces running mate, releases poll showing him leading governor’s race

Secretary of State Kris Kobach on Wednesday morning revealed a new running mate and new poll numbers showing him with a commanding lead in...

Kansas GOP picks new executive director

The Kansas Republican Party has picked a former aide to Congressman Kevin Yoder as its new executive director. The GOP selected Jim Joice to lead...

Kris Kobach voting rights trial over (sort of)

The trial over Kansas proof-of-citizenship requirements is now over, except... Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who crafted the citizenship requirements, will be back in court...

Kelly picks up endorsement from former KCK mayor

Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Laura Kelly added another notch to her endorsement belt this week when she won support from former Kansas City Kansas Mayor Carol...

Kobach voting rights trial coverage: Day 6

After five days, we hope you're still hanging in there with the latest developments in  Secretary of State Kris Kobach's defense of proof-of-citizenship requirements...