Conservative groups drop nearly $1 million into statehouse campaigns


Leading conservative groups have spent almost $1 million in the last quarter as they try to fend off a Democratic effort to break the GOP supermajority in the Kansas Legislature.

The political action committees for the Kansas Chamber of Commerce and Americans for Prosperity Action have spent a little more than $900,000 on Kansas legislative campaigns since mid-July.

While some of that reporting period overlaps with the primary election, both groups are funneling thousands of dollars into House and Senate races that have been targeted by outside groups waging a war over those seats in the general election . . .


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