There have been many good headlines for Kansas Democrats lately.
Sharice Davids upset Republican Congreesman Kevin Yoder.
Laura Kelly knocked off Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach to become governor.
Just a single percentage point more and the Democrats would hold two of the state's four congressional seats.
These are hopeful times for the party's new chair, Vicki Hiatt, who looks to build on the success of the last election cycle in 2020.
Freshly elected Saturday, Hiatt's work starts in the 3rd Congressional District where Davids has engendered such passion and energy that she beat Yoder by . . .