Independent candidate Greg Orman, left, shakes hands with Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., following their debate on Oct. 15 in Wichita. If the Republicans win back the Senate in November, the winner of the Roberts-Orman race could reap big benefits.
Independent candidate Greg Orman, left, shakes hands with Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., following their debate on Oct. 15 in Wichita. If the Republicans win back the Senate in November, the winner of the Roberts-Orman race could reap big benefits. Fernando Salazar AP/The Wichita Eagle
Independent candidate Greg Orman, left, shakes hands with Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., following their debate on Oct. 15 in Wichita. If the Republicans win back the Senate in November, the winner of the Roberts-Orman race could reap big benefits. Fernando Salazar AP/The Wichita Eagle

A Republican Senate would give more clout to Kansas, shift it in Missouri

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