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Sizing Up the Race for U.S. Senate in Kansas

(Photo by Scott Canon, Kansas News Service)

Kansas Republicans find themselves uncharacteristically nervous about holding onto a U.S. Senate seat they’ve had locked down since the Great Depression. They’ll almost surely nominate someone from the conservative wing of the party. But as Jim McLean of the Kansas News Service reports, the candidates are arguing about who’s got the best chance of winning the November general election.


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