KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton has mentioned Kansas as a competitive race while talking about Democratic efforts to hold onto Congress. Clinton's comments Friday on the PBS NewsHour have caught the attention of Kansas Senator Pat Roberts. The Republican is in a tight race with independent candidate Greg Orman after Democrat Chad Taylor stopped campaigning. Orman is projecting himself as fresh and authentic while acknowledging that he's been both a Republican and a Democrat. But Roberts' campaign has attacked Orman as a liberal pretending to be a conservative. Roberts' campaign manager, Cory Bliss, said in a news release that Orman will "say and do anything to get elected, even if it means pretending he's not a Democrat." Orman's spokesman says Robert's campaign will "say and do anything to get him reelected."