Next week: Poll on Pat Roberts’ 2014 re-election in Kansas
US Senator Pat Roberts, who chose to join Sam Brownback in cheerleading in 2009 for Kathleen Sebelius to run our national healthcare, is currently running for re-election.
I think Roberts is very vulnerable to a primary challenger, especially if it’s one of two men: First District Congressman Tim Huelskamp or Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Recently, the PAC I chair performed a poll the Kansas City area, and I added a question about Pat Roberts’ re-election. Next week, I’ll publish the results here at RedState.
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