Senate candidates tangle over COVID, Democratic policies


Republican Congressman Roger Marshall and Democratic state Sen. Barbara Bollier took different roads in the same U.S. Senate debate Saturday afternoon.

From the outset of the debate, Marshall used Bollier's change of parties in 2018 to tie her to Democratic policies that he said would hurt the state.

Bollier took a different path, portraying the Republican as an anti-science candidate who spins conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic.

She called his conduct "shameful."

The two clashed for 90 minutes Saturday in a debate that was broadcast on Facebook by WIBW News Radio.

They disagreed over how . . .


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