Republicans are sort of playing whack-a-mole as they try to defend their supermajority in the Kansas Legislature.
Just one seat in the House. Three in the Senate.
That's all it takes to break up the GOP supermajority and give Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly some leverage over the bills passed by the Legislature.
National Republicans have known for weeks that the supermajority is at risk, given that the margins are so slim.
Dozens of races have been targeted by outside groups — Democratic and Republican alike — as the parties wage a battle over control of the statehouse.
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