The Republican primary for Kansas treasurer is heating up as state Sen. Caryn Tyson is targeting votes that her rival, state Rep. Steven Johnson, made during his time in the House in the last decade.
Tyson, chair of the Senate tax committee, is going after Johnson for votes he's made on immigration, taxes and guns as she tries to distinguish herself from Johnson as the race moves into its final six weeks.
The winner faces Democratic incumbent Treasurer Lynn Rogers, who was appointed to serve out the term of Republican Jake LaTurner, who was elected to Congress.
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