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Jul 25, 2014
We're going to keep this short and sweet: Paul Davis is still beating Sam Brownback, just by a wider margin than before - Davis 48, Brownback 40. We all know the reasons why: Brownback's cuts to K-12 education and higher education, his disastrous tax plan that threatens the stability of the Kansas budget, and Paul Davis' continued efforts to bring Kansans together to find commonsense, Kansas solutions to the problems Brownback has created.
Jul 18, 2014
A Tale Of Two Endorsements Republican Leaders Endorse Davis, Brownback Gets Santorum And Dark Money 

News Articles

May 14, 2014

One can fault Kansas regulators for giving U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins permission to continue to identify herself in her congressional and campaign literature as a certified public accountant, even though she ceased being one when her certification expired in 2012.

It has the look of a favor, the sort of favor regulators ought to know better than to grant. That’s true even though Rep. Jenkins agreed not to perform the duties of a CPA.

May 2, 2014

You learn something new every day.

Last week, I learned the Lawrence Arts Center has a back door.

Who knew?  Well, apparently Gov. Sam Brownback, when he came to talk to this year’s Leadership Kansas class.

This was a mundane presentation, without any news value. What did make news was the governor’s tactical entrance and exit, via an alley and the Art Center’s back door. 

April 29, 2014

In a post Friday on the Washington Post’s “Fact Checker” blog, writer Glenn Kessler called out Rep. Tim Huelskamp for spreading false and misleading information about health care coverage in Kansas.

“There are more folks uninsured today in our district, we believe, than were uninsured before Obamacare kicked in,” Huelskamp had stated at the April 17 Town Hall meeting in Hays. Huelskamp has made this claim at other town hall meetings.

Kessler criticized Huelskamp for making statements that were not supported by any facts.

Press Releases

June 2, 2014

TOPEKA – The Kansas Democratic Party has fielded a complete slate of candidates for all federal and statewide Kansas offices as of today's noon campaign filing deadline. The slate is headlined by the strong gubernatorial ticket of Paul Davis and Jill Docking.

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