Even as eyes across Kansas zero in on the Kansas governor’s race, dozens of other campaigns are playing out locally that could decide the state’s political agenda for the next two years.
As much as a new governor can chart a new course for Kansas, the Legislature will have some say in that direction, a heading that could be decided in the Aug. 7 primary.
The Republicans’ hold on the Kansas House is now split between the moderate wing with 41 members and the conservative wing with 44 members although those numbers can . . .
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