A new poll out today from Monmouth University of likely voters in Kansas finds a dead heat between incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Roberts and independent-aligned Greg Orman at 46%-46%. The telephone poll surveyed 429 likely voters in Kansas and has a margin of error of 4.7%.
In this week's Kansas Senate debate between Greg Orman and incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts, the moderator asked the two about ultrasound laws. Independent candidate Greg Orman (there is no Democrat running in the race) discussed abortion by saying he doesn't want to discuss it.
This week the AFL-CIO threw its considerable weight behind Greg Orman.
Kansas' 2014 race for Senate may be one studied by political scientists for decades to come.
Greg Orman's aggressively non-committal "independent" Senate campaign in Kansas has done him well so far. Will it last?
<p>A few bits of news in Kansas have turned the race gloomy for incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Roberts. He's locked in a tight battle with "independent" politician Greg Orman. Orman, who had been a registered Democrat until 2014, previously had to contend with a Democrat on the ballot, but a Kansas court today ruled that the Democrat could legally remove himself from the race.
The national Democratic Party was celebrating this week after a ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court will allow the Democratic Party to remove its candidate from the race to represent Kansas in the U.S. Senate.
Not so fast.
What's the matter with Kansas?
The road to 2014
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius claims Obamacare’s online exchanges are “simple” and “user friendly,” but anyone who’s been paying the slightest attention since Oct. 1 knows the new health care law’s roll out has been a stunning failure. For this reason, Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan, thinks Sebelius ought to ?resign:
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