Secretary of State Kris Kobach tells election officials to include a notice with forms being sent overseas that a different ballot might eventually be needed. Some ballots went out with Democrat Chad Taylor’s name still on it, but those were amended Friday — one day after the Kansas Supreme Court ordered Kobach to strike Taylor’s name from the form.
When the year began, about one-third of Kansans didn’t know anything about the work U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts had done in Washington, even though he has served in Congress for decades. That has made him especially vulnerable to attack.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, challenger Paul Davis and Libertarian candidate Keen Umbehr met over the noon hour today at the Ritz Charles in Overland Park. Davis, a Democrat, has a small lead in the race over his Republican opponent, according to recent polls.
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.
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