Most of the claims you’re hearing in the U.S. Senate race between Republican Pat Roberts (right) and independent Greg Orman aren’t false. But they’re often incomplete — the two candidates in the Nov. 4 election providing just one side of an issue or position, potentially deceiving voters.
Most of the claims you’re hearing in the U.S. Senate race between Republican Pat Roberts (right) and independent Greg Orman aren’t false. But they’re often incomplete — the two candidates in the Nov. 4 election providing just one side of an issue or position, potentially deceiving voters. Fernando Salazar The Associated Press
Most of the claims you’re hearing in the U.S. Senate race between Republican Pat Roberts (right) and independent Greg Orman aren’t false. But they’re often incomplete — the two candidates in the Nov. 4 election providing just one side of an issue or position, potentially deceiving voters. Fernando Salazar The Associated Press

Incomplete claims by the U.S. Senate candidates in Kansas can be misleading

October 18, 2014 06:32 PM

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