Sluggish primary campaigns lead to low turnout, Dave Helling writes. That would usually help incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas (left), a known commodity, but it might help Roberts' opponent, Milton Wolf, this August. His supporters seem more committed to their candidate.
Sluggish primary campaigns lead to low turnout, Dave Helling writes. That would usually help incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas (left), a known commodity, but it might help Roberts' opponent, Milton Wolf, this August. His supporters seem more committed to their candidate. Photos by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
Sluggish primary campaigns lead to low turnout, Dave Helling writes. That would usually help incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas (left), a known commodity, but it might help Roberts' opponent, Milton Wolf, this August. His supporters seem more committed to their candidate. Photos by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

Dave Helling: Primary campaigns lay down a weary tune

July 21, 2014 03:41 PM

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