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Marshall names first two Senate staffers

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U.S. Sen.-elect Roger Marshall on Wednesday named his congressional chief of staff and district director to lead his new Senate office. Marshall tapped Brent Robertson...

Sunday Reader: SCOTUS & Kansas voting case; Voter attitudes

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Good morning everyone: Well, that was a week. Kansas elected a new U.S. senator. There's a new Legislature coming to Topeka. And now, there's a...

Suellentrop campaigning for majority leader

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Republican state Sen. Gene Suellentrop has launched his campaign for Senate majority leader, setting up a contest with Sen. Carolyn McGinn. In a letter sent...

House 16 changes again: Featherston now leads

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The battle for House District 16 shifted again Friday when Democrat Linda Featherston took a one-vote lead over Republican Rashard Young. Johnson County election officials...

Ryckman launches bid for third term as speaker

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Fresh off his successful reelection, Ron Ryckman Jr. officially launched a bid for an unprecedented third term as Kansas House speaker. In a letter sent...

National Republicans targeted Hensley

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National Republicans funneled thousands of dollars into a political action committee that targeted Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley in the closing days of the...

Kansas Republicans build on supermajority

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House and Senate Republicans fought off a national effort to break up their supermajority on Tuesday, opening the door to actually growing their numbers. House...

Hensley upset seeking eighth Senate term

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Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley, the longest serving member of the Kansas Legislature, lost in a stunning upset Tuesday night as Republicans fought back...

UPDATED: Marshall triumphs in U.S. Senate race

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(Updated to correct Bollier's and Marshall's status as a physician) By Roxie Hamill The Sunflower State Journal Republicans maintained their streak in an unusually competitive U.S. Senate...

It’s Election Day: Twelve races to watch tonight

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Republicans are sort of playing whack-a-mole as they try to defend their supermajority in the Kansas Legislature. Just one seat in the House. Three in...