Kansas voters decided in August that the state constitution should protect the right to an abortion following a $20 million campaign that owned the airwaves for weeks.
But if you think the vote brought the issue to an end, think again.
While the stakes are not as high as they were in August, the abortion issue continues to rage up and down the ballot for Democratic candidates going into the general election.
Democratic candidates from the U.S. Senate down to Kansas House races are hoping to parlay the overwhelming defeat of the constitutional abortion amendment to wins at the . . .