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In an unprecedented move, more than one hundred Republican current and former elected officials announced their endorsement of Paul Davis for Governor and Jill Docking for Lt. Governor.

+ RELEASE: Unprecedented group of Republican officials endorse Davis/Docking
In an unprecedented move, more than one hundred Republican current and former elected officials announced today their endorsement of Paul Davis for Governor and Jill Docking for Lt. Governor. The group, Republicans for Kansas Values, includes one hundred and four Republicans who served or are serving in public office – from the federal level to the local level.

RELEASE: Unprecedented group of Republican officials endorse Davis/Docking

In an unprecedented move, more than one hundred Republican current and former elected officials announced today their endorsement of Paul Davis for Governor and Jill Docking for Lt. Governor. The group, Republicans for Kansas Values, includes one hundred and four Republicans who served or are serving in public office – from the federal level to the local level.

The state’s largest teachers union on Monday said it would file a lawsuit challenging the recently approved school bill that repeals tenure rights for public school teachers, gives tax breaks for corporations that provide private-school scholarships and allows some people to teach without an education degree.

Chad Taylor for Senate
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Chad Taylor for Senate

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The “great experiment” is falling flat. The tax cuts have not boosted the economy. Kansas is adding jobs at a slower rate than the country as a whole. Personal earnings are not increasing at the pace of the national average. The only exception is farmers. And though Gov. Sam Brownback would like to take credit for the end of the drought, that goes to a higher power.

+ FACT CHECK: Governor Brownback says that our state is growing and “thousands of new residents are arriving” as a result of his agenda. The truth is that the U.S. Census reported just two months ago that more people have left Kansas than moved here over the last four years: Source

FACT CHECK: Governor Brownback says that our state is growing and “thousands of new residents are arriving” as a result of his agenda. The truth is that the U.S. Census reported just two months ago that more people have left Kansas than moved here over the last four years: Source