John Skubal celebrated with several other moderates earlier this month as election results came in at a reception in Overland Park. Skubal, a moderate Republican candidate for the Kansas Senate, got a hug from Sheryl Spalding, president of the Mainstream Coalition in Johnson County.
John Skubal celebrated with several other moderates earlier this month as election results came in at a reception in Overland Park. Skubal, a moderate Republican candidate for the Kansas Senate, got a hug from Sheryl Spalding, president of the Mainstream Coalition in Johnson County. File photo by Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
John Skubal celebrated with several other moderates earlier this month as election results came in at a reception in Overland Park. Skubal, a moderate Republican candidate for the Kansas Senate, got a hug from Sheryl Spalding, president of the Mainstream Coalition in Johnson County. File photo by Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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