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Roberts Retirement Gives Dems Another Long-Shot Senate Target for 2020
With Kris Kobach mulling a race, anything could happen.
Could Kris Kobach Be Trump’s Next DHS Secretary?
Trump clearly wants to dump Kirstjen Nielsen. The fiery nativist from Kansas would test GOP loyalty, but would please the president.
Kris Kobach Lashes Himself to Kansas’s Unpopular Former Governor Sam Brownback
In the final gubernatorial debate, the controversial nativist and vote-suppressor tied himself to the former governor’s failed fiscal policies.
Heartland Heartburn Grows for Republicans in Gubernatorial Races
The very region that did so much to make Trump president is moving away from his party in the midterms.
Two Former Republican U.S. Senators Endorse Kobach’s Democratic Opponent
The fiery right-winger is splitting his party in a very red state.
Kansas Republicans’ Rebellion Against Kris Kobach Spreads
A survey of Kansas GOP legislators shows nearly 40 percent refuse to come out for right-wing gubernatorial nominee and Trump friend Kris Kobach.
Former GOP Governor of Kansas Endorses Kobach’s Democratic Opponent
Moderate Republicans like Bill Graves could hold the balance of power in Kansas in November.
Kansas Governor Concedes to Trump Favorite Kris Kobach in GOP Primary
Kobach’s win sets up an intense gubernatorial race in the fall, and possibly a Democratic win.
Former MMA Fighter Changes the Democratic Narrative in Kansas
The national buzz in the Third District was about progressive darling Brent Welder. But Sharice Davids, a Native American woman, flipped the script.
Did Trump Save Protégé Kris Kobach in Kansas?
It could be a while before we know whether Kansas’s quintessential Trumpist has won the GOP gubernatorial nod, giving Dems fresh hope for November.