Kansas 2014 Election Center
View the voting information for your county - http://electioncenter.ksdp.org
According to a poll from Monmouth University released today, Paul Davis leads Sam Brownback 50 - 45!
This is huge news.
With strong support from all Kansans - Republicans, Democrats and Independents - our hard work is continuing to pay off!
With about two weeks left in this campaign, it is critical that we keep moving forward. Sam Brownback’s false personal attacks against Paul will only increase as he sees his support slipping. He will continue to distort his record as governor in an attempt to cling to power.
Every dollar contributed, every minute volunteered and every vote cast will help ensure we hold him accountable and win on Nov. 4th.
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.
All politicians spin. They exaggerate and make selective use of facts and data. These are tricks of the trade.
But I have never seen a public official lie as easily and as relentlessly as Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback.
That sounds harsh, and it is possible that Brownback actually believes his own mythology. But much of what he has told the citizens of Kansas is flat out wrong.
Brownback has lied about the fiscal conditions he inherited. He spins a fantasy about a low-tax utopia even as his state is exhausting its budget reserves, staring at more cuts in education, and not experiencing the promised economic rebound. He has salted his administration with sycophants who tell lies of their own.
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.
We are very proud to introduce the KDP’s 2014 Election Center. Click on the link below to find everything you need to know about voting this year in all 105 Kansas Counties. Then GO VOTE!
Voters who are alarmed about the direction in which Kansas is headed should look closely at the slate of candidates running for legislative seats in the House. In making recommendations in selected contested races, The Star is supporting candidates who are most likely to help reverse some of the harmful policies of the recent past and invest in the state’s schools and citizens.
The Kansas City Star endorsed Kansas Democrats in 14 of the 19 state legislative races in Kansas City Metro.
- District 8: Democrat Jodie Dietz
- District 14: Democrat Merlin Ring
- District 16: Democrat Don McGuire
- District 17: Democrat Larry Meeker
- District 18: Democrat Cindy Neighbor
- District 20: Democrat Elizabeth Arnold
- District 22: Incumbent Democrat Nancy Lusk
- District 24: Democrat Jarrod Ousley
- District 29: Democrat Heather Meyer
- District 33: Democrat Tom Burroughs
- District 36: Incumbent Democrat Kathy Wolfe Moore
- District 38: Democrat Jan Pringle
- District 39: Democrat Vicki Hiatt
- District 43: Democrat Caitlin Trujillo
Brownback Education Plan
Sam Brownback’s failed education plan in Kansas.