A three-judge panel says Democrats in Kansas are free to leave the party’s line vacant in the fall general election. Chad Taylor, the Democrat nominated for the seat in August, dropped from the race Sept. 3. The Kansas Supreme Court later ruled the withdrawal followed state rules.
Kansas, our economy literally cannot afford four more years of Sam Brownback.
How bad is this legislation? The Missouri School Boards Association, Missouri Association of School Administrators, Missouri National Education Association, Missouri State Teachers Association, American Federation of Teachers, Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals, Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals and the American Federation of Labor oppose Amendment 3.
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U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts put a signature to documents associated with the mortgage on a Virginia residence that identify the Fairfax County home as “principal residence” of the three-term incumbent Republican.
Davis is not calling this a potential cabinet pick, but he’s naming this a bi-partisan collection of experts.
"Mr. Kobach runs the Office of the Secretary of State like a laboratory for legal experimentation. While this may be interesting for Mr. Kobach, it is an embarrassment for most of us. We cannot afford a secretary of state who would rather work in a courtroom, leading Kansas into an endless string of lawsuits. We want someone who is in the office doing the job full-time. We want someone who will help people to comply with the law instead of using them as an opportunity to end up in a courtroom. We want someone who will work for the people of Kansas, not against us…"
Democrat Chad Taylor’s name won’t appear on the Kansas ballot for the U.S. Senate. The Kansas Supreme Court, dominated by Democratic appointees, ordered Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach Thursday to strike Taylor’s name from the Nov. 4 ballot.
Anger over school closures and funding woes has added to Gov. Sam Brownback’s re-election troubles