A former Republican member of the Kansas Senate said Thursday that an FBI investigation into a close ally of Gov. Sam Brownback remained active and that voters should take into account allegations of malfeasance as they weighed options in the November election.
For Kay Hagan, protecting and strengthening women’s health care is a key priority. She supported measures that increase women’s access to preventive care, and stopped insurance companies from charging women more than they charge men. Kay has introduced a bill to reverse the effects of the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, which allows some employers to interfere with a woman’s access to contraception.
“In our multi-racial, multi-cultural society we must be especially vigilant to protect ourselves from all types of discrimination. As your governor, I will work diligently to protect the civil rights of all Hawaii’s citizens.”—David Ige
The outcome of the races for U.S. House from Kansas’ 2nd and 3rd Districts has little chance of changing the dynamic of the Republican-controlled body. Still, voters in both districts do have real choices and viable alternatives to business as usual on the ballot.