There was the President Donald Trump look-alike.
Add in the AR-15 rifle raffle.
Plus several dozen protesters outside.
There also was the red-white-and-blue Jeep with the replica machine gun that's created such a stir after it appeared in a Shawnee parade.
It all came together Saturday afternoon in Lenexa where Secretary of State Kris Kobach held his fundraiser with '70s rocker and political provocateur Ted Nugent.
The "Motor City Madman," who worked with Kobach to legalize shooting feral pigs from helicopters in Texas, came to town to help his friend in a tight Republican . . .
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