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54 min ago | The Capital-Journal
A special nominating committee will begin accepting applications for the soon-to-be-vacated position on the Shawnee County District Court bench when Judge Jean M. Schmidt retires on Sept.
1 hr ago | The Wichita Eagle
A donation from a U.S. congressman's campaign to Gov. Sam Brownback's re-election campaign violates Kansas statute, the Governmental Ethics Commission confirmed.
6 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
Gov. Sam Brownback describes the property tax relief some Kansas school district patrons are expected to see during a Tuesday luncheon visit at Topeka's McFarland's Restaurant.
8 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Lisa Taylor, the court's public information director, said the Supreme Court Nominating Commission received a letter via fax from Kirby on Monday withdrawing her application.
12 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
Lane Hemsley, the executive director of the Kansas Dental Board, has the connections that come with heading a state agency, as well as a big fundraising edge over Evan Lancaster, his opponent in the Republican primary for Topeka's 56th District House seat.
13 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has adopted a confrontational approach during his first term and now finds his re-election chances endangered.
17 hrs ago | Tony's Kansas City
Recently, there's an indication that Kansas City dead tree media and a great many publications have been misleading the public about the chances of empty suit Rep. Paul Davis.
Over the past four years, Gov. Sam Brownback and the Legislature have aggressively pursued an economic policy aimed at accelerating growth in jobs and income.
The governor's race would not normally draw a great deal of attention when you're talking about an incumbent republican governor in a very red state.
Paul Davis' campaign for governor raised $1.1 million between Jan. 1 and July 24, according to campaign finance documents filed with the Governmental Ethics Commission.
When the Obama Administration needed additional funds for the Cash for Clunkers program, Todd Tiahrt was agreeable to funding this wasteful program.
The fact that Gov. Mary Fallin's approval rating has significantly dropped and that she now finds herself in a competitive race in her reelection bid may well be part of a national growing dissatisfaction with the Republican Party on a state level.
"Day one, when I entered office, I was handed a projection that if we did nothing as a state, we would have a $500 million deficit at the end of that fiscal year in six months," the Republican governor said.
I read in The Telegram that a Kansas Republican legislator was strong-armed by a Koch lobbyist for failing to show absolute loyalty to the big oil godfathers.
Applicants to fill a vacant seat on the Kansas Supreme Court will be interviewed Aug. 4 and 5 in Topeka in the first interview session open to the public, according to a news release from the Office of Judicial Administration.
The defining issue in upcoming state elections is each candidate's position regarding "the path of our economic recovery."
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:17 pm
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