Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Paul Davis (left) had a good couple of months raising money, about doubling what he raised previously. And he still couldn’t match the outside money coming into Kansas to help Republican Gov. Sam Brownback win a second term.
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Paul Davis (left) had a good couple of months raising money, about doubling what he raised previously. And he still couldn’t match the outside money coming into Kansas to help Republican Gov. Sam Brownback win a second term. Travis Heying The Associated Press
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Paul Davis (left) had a good couple of months raising money, about doubling what he raised previously. And he still couldn’t match the outside money coming into Kansas to help Republican Gov. Sam Brownback win a second term. Travis Heying The Associated Press

Republican Governors Association spending more than $4 million in Kansas governor’s race

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