A strong majority of voters at all 44 of Douglas County’s polling places voted “no” Tuesday in order to protect abortion rights. But in the heart of Lawrence, in particular, voters said “no” loud and proud.
Two Republican members of the Kansas school board were ousted by more conservative challengers who have criticized lessons on racism, sexuality and gender identity.
Former Secretary of State Kris Kobach sidestepped money and influence of Republican powerbrokers to capture the party’s nomination for attorney general in a showdown with Sen. Kellie Warren and former federal prosecutor Tony Mattivi.
In an outcome that may ripple through politics nationwide, Kansas voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly defeated a constitutional amendment that could have led to the banning of abortion in the state.
Voters in the Douglas County Commission’s 1st District chose incumbent Patrick Kelly over Dustin Stumblingbear […]
Democrat Laura Kelly and Republican Derek Schmidt emerged victorious from Tuesday’s primary brandishing the organizational framework and burnished messaging of gubernatorial campaigns ready for a three-month sprint to November.
Voters are flocking to the polls in Lawrence as a routine summer primary election is overshadowed and supercharged by a vote on a constitutional amendment that could decide the future of abortion in Kansas.
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