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 bad news. It's not happening.
Last year, Davids said she saw voters getting engaged much earlier than usual as she battled through a six-candidate Democratic primary and went on to win the general election over Republican Kevin Yoder.
"The level of excitement that we saw was just phenomenal," Davids told a packed ballroom Saturday at the Democratic Party's Washington Days convention in Topeka. "I think we're starting to see that again . . .
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