Kansas, our economy literally cannot afford four more years of Sam Brownback.
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
PPP’s new poll of the Sunflower State, their first since Democrat Chad Taylor announced he was dropping his bid for Senate, confirms that Kansas—Kansas!—has cemented its position as the most exciting state of the 2014 election cycle.
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.
"Gov. Sam Brownback has tried to brush away the increasingly clear prospect that his Kansas tax experiment is failing by saying that it will just take time for his idea to start working. He has compared it with surgery: Deep cuts in income taxes require a period of healing. But the procedure seems to show signs of lingering infection."
Kansas Democrats were busy at this year’s Demofest. In addition to a great rally supporting our Kansas teachers, caucus meetings, and a banquet headlined by Paul Davis, Kansas Dems adopted a new state party platform focusing on Kansas education, working to brings jobs back to Kansas, and ensuring that all Kansans are treated with dignity and respect.