Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s refusal to remove Democratic Senate nominee Chad Taylor from the ballot came under harsh scrutiny Tuesday from the Kansas Supreme Court, with some of the justices openly wondering whether the Republican official was arbitrarily applying the law. At stake is whether Taylor, who attempted to withdraw earlier this month, will have his name appear on the ballot in November. That decision could swing the race between independent candidate Greg Orman and Republican incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts — which could in turn decide which party controls the Senate next year.
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Scott Brown is for Scott Brown. He was wrong for Massachusetts, and he’s wrong for New Hampshire. He’s even peddling the exact same lines to New Hampshire voters that he used in Massachusetts.
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Alaska Women Need To Know
Mark Begich is the only candidate who is truly fighting for the rights of Alaska women. He has consistently voiced his support for a woman’s right to choose, and strongly opposes the recent Hobby Lobby decision. For more information, visit www.alaskasenatefacts.com.
Bruce Braley gets things done for Iowa
‘I will never go back to the days of letting insurance companies deny coverage to our children”
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