Kansas Governor Sam Brownback was forced to cut nearly $100 million in spending to balance the state budget. Voters upset about the cuts announced Wednesday can’t take it out on Brownback -- he’s not on the ballot this year. But lawmakers who have supported the governor’s policies are on the ballot. And, as Jim McLean found out, for some... the campaign trail is looking a little rough.
Jim McLean is a reporter for the KHI News Service. The KHI News Service, along with Kansas Public Radio and others, are partners in a statewide collaboration covering Kansas elections this year.