As Kansas House Democratic candidates campaign this cycle, some of them are focusing their efforts - at least in part - on how the abortion amendment fared in their districts.
Working with Wichita State political scientist Brian Amos, we crunched the data for each of the 125 House districts and how the amendment did.
Now, it's a debatable proposition about whether a vote on an issue translates into a . . .
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