Kansas Senate: Moran up big, Democrats split
SurveyUSA polls usually bring a wealth of information to those of us without any sort of subscription, but this poll the Kansas Senate primary was conducted for KWCH and we apparently don’t get to see the usual large tables SurveyUSA churns out. We do get to see who’s winning and who’s losing though, so let’s check on that.
, Charles Schollenberger
, David Haley
, Jerry Moran
, Lisa Johnston
, Robert Conroy
, Todd Tiahrt
Karen Handel and Pamela Gorman are beat on Facebook by Patricia Lightner
I admit that with this headline, I’m trying to get Erick Erickson’s attention. Tom McClintock is the US Congressman from California’s 4th Congressional District. He is supported by Club for Growth and he is a respected, national leader in Congress. Karen Handel is endorsed by RedState.com and Congressman Tom Price. Handel is running for governor of Georgia. Conservative Arizona State Senator Pamela Gorman is endorsed by | Read More »
KS-01: Texas Gov. Rick Perry endorses Tim Huelskamp
As far as I can tell, Kansas’ future Governor Sam Brownback is doing what he can to move the Kansas Republican Party to the left. I wouldn’t know for sure, because his campaign’s strategery includes the decision to refuse to communicate with many conservatives; oddly, he’s simultaneously reaching out to the far left, as he has at least one provably-corrupt ex-banker on his steering committee | Read More »
SEIU’s money in Dan Glickman’s future for a U.S. Senate race in Kansas?
SEIU Headquarters, Washington, DC Last week the Wichita Eagle’s blog speculated about a Tiahrt-Glickman rematch in a senatorial bid in 2010. The Eagle’s blog posting mentioned that former U.S. Congressman Dan Glickman from Wichita admitted he was not a great fundraiser. So where might Glickman get money to run for U.S. Senate in Kansas? Today, Andy Stern, the head of the 2-million member SEIU union | Read More »
Kansas Governor Sebelius Pulls Name From Cabinet Consideration
Governor Kathleen Sebelius (Democrat) has pulled her name from consideration in an Obama Cabinet. Her name has been mentioned as a possibility for Secretary of Labor, Education, or Agriculture. She cited Kansas’ deepening financial crisis as the reason for her pulling her name from consideration. Why is this important? Sebelius is THE hope Democrats have for capturing retiring Senator Sam Brownback’s seat in the 2010 | Read More »