KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A group of Wyandotte County Democrats is supporting Republican Governor Sam Brownback's re-election campaign. Nearly two dozen people attended the announcement Friday at a new public library in Kansas City, Kansas. Brownback is being challenged in his bid for a second term by Democrat Paul Davis, who has been endorsed more than 100 current and former Republican officials. The pro-Brownback Democratic group is co-chaired by Nathan Barnes, a former commissioner of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas. Barnes said he's "impressed" with the governor, and he praised Brownback's support of small businesses. Speaking at the event, Brownback said he has plans for urban opportunity zones to help high-poverty areas. He said governing is "not about Democrats and Republicans. It's about making things better for the people."