Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is going to be a no-show on Friday when state officials announce how he will slice $50 million from the state budget because of financial problems caused by his income tax cuts.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is going to be a no-show on Friday when state officials announce how he will slice $50 million from the state budget because of financial problems caused by his income tax cuts. John Hanna AP
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is going to be a no-show on Friday when state officials announce how he will slice $50 million from the state budget because of financial problems caused by his income tax cuts. John Hanna AP

Gov. Sam Brownback can run but he can’t hide

July 28, 2015 4:12 PM

More Videos

  • Editorial Board with Wichita's Jim Ward, Kansas gubernatorial candidate

    Star Editorial Board members Colleen McCain Nelson and Dave Helling talked with Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a former Sedgwick County assistant district attorney and Wichita city council member, on a Facebook Live broadcast Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. Ward announced his candidacy for Kansas governor in August. In this clip, Ward described himself as a fighter for Kansas and discussed the different roles of a state House leader and the governor’s office.