(Updated to reflect Sunday post from prominent Kansas conservative blogger criticizing the party's decision)
Kansas Republicans decided Saturday not to hold a presidential caucus next year when President Donald Trump will face challenges from within his own party.
Party officials say the decision - hotly criticized by some as rigging the process in favor of Trump - is tied to historical precedent dating back to Abraham Lincoln and the fact that caucuses are costly and consume a lot of volunteer hours.
They said caucuses have not been held in years when the party had an elected incumbent president, with 1992 being . . .