RFK Jr. visiting Kansas this weekend; State Dems cool to presidential run


It's been more than 50 years since Bobby Kennedy's short-lived campaign for the presidency began in earnest in Kansas.

Within two days of announcing his candidacy in March 1968, Kennedy spoke to packed houses at the University of Kansas and Kansas State University.

Now, this weekend, the son of the late attorney general is coming to Kansas to speak at an event held by Kansans for Health Freedom, an anti-vaccination group.

Bobby Jr. is coming to Olathe months before the Democratic Party has planned a primary election, although he doesn't enjoy near the same popularity . . .


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