UPDATED: Left-leaning dark money group targets GOP candidates on TV


(Updated to include a new broadcast filing that increased the total spending)

A left-leaning dark money group is spending more than $400,000 in television advertising, targeting at least three Republican statehouse candidates in Wichita and Topeka.

The Kansas Values Institute, a nonprofit social welfare group that's not required to disclose its donors, is running ads that raise the specter of former Gov. Sam Brownback and criticize the GOP candidates on health care issues.

The sum spent on television - totaled at about $443,760 - does not count any money that's . . .


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