Kansas Farm Bureau about to snap 24-year winning streak

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The Kansas Farm Bureau's 24-year streak of endorsing winning candidates in the Kansas governor's race is about to end.

This week, the Farm Bureau handed out its general election endorsements but took a pass on the Kansas governor's race with Republican Kris Kobach, Democrat Laura Kelly and independent Greg Orman.

It will mark the first time that the Farm Bureau did not endorse a winning candidate in the Kansas governor's race since it formed its political action committee in 1993, officials said.

The Farm Bureau endorsed Gov. Jeff Colyer in the GOP primary, but decided . . .


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