Kansas voters on Nov. 8 have the opportunity to select the candidate they’d like to send to Washington, D.C. to represent Kansas for the next six years.
On Tuesday, Aug. 2, voters statewide will decide on an issue that could permanently change Kansans’ health care rights.
Who’s getting abortions in Kansas? Here are some stats, plus answers to some FAQs about the amendment vote and what it means.
Voters in the first Douglas County commission district who are registered as Democrats will soon decide which candidate advances to face two opponents in the general election.
Coming up Aug. 2, Democratic and Republican voters will decide which candidates will advance to face off in the Nov. 8 general election.
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