Senate candidates reveal their financial interests


By Roxie Hammill
Sunflower State Journal

The top Kansas candidates for U.S. Senate have a wide variety of financial holdings,
from a firearms manufacturer to oil royalties to family farms to commercial real estate.

Reports on file in Congress showed investments with values ranging from a few million dollars to a few hundred.

Often, those investments reflect the candidate's careers or political efforts in the past few years.

The Sunflower State Journal took a look at financial disclosure reports for the top four contenders for the U.S. Senate race to replace Sen. Pat . . .


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