In the Kansas race this summer for U.S. senator between incumbent Pat Roberts (left) and tea-party challenger Milton Wolf, as in campaigns large and small across the nation, the toughest language has moved from mass media to the corners of the social Internet — Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and especially Twitter. It’s become the go-to place for snark, sarcasm and bitterness from candidates and campaigns and the people who follow them.
In the Kansas race this summer for U.S. senator between incumbent Pat Roberts (left) and tea-party challenger Milton Wolf, as in campaigns large and small across the nation, the toughest language has moved from mass media to the corners of the social Internet — Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and especially Twitter. It’s become the go-to place for snark, sarcasm and bitterness from candidates and campaigns and the people who follow them. File photos
In the Kansas race this summer for U.S. senator between incumbent Pat Roberts (left) and tea-party challenger Milton Wolf, as in campaigns large and small across the nation, the toughest language has moved from mass media to the corners of the social Internet — Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and especially Twitter. It’s become the go-to place for snark, sarcasm and bitterness from candidates and campaigns and the people who follow them. File photos

Choice between two conservatives in Senate primary frustrates moderate Kansas Republicans

July 07, 2014 7:56 PM