Government & Politics

January 11, 2015 9:49 PM

On Monday, statewide office in Kansas becomes a men’s club

Since April 1966, at least one statewide elected official in Kansas has been a woman. The streak ends Monday. Some call it a mere coincidence or an accident of the calendar. Some blame a toxic political culture and the high cost of campaigns. But most agree the all-male lineup bends an important piece of the state’s political architecture.

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