TOPEKA, Kan. -

Governor Sam Brownback is thinking ahead to the November general election. He defeated challenger Jennifer Winn in the primary with 63% of the vote.

Brownback will face off against Democratic challenger Paul Davis in November.

We spoke with Brownback after his win, he says he feels good about getting to tell the success story of what's been happening in Kansas since he took office.

"We've got a record number of jobs in the state of Kansas, record employment, record investment in K-12 education in the state, substantial improvement in the pension system in the state of Kansas, we're leading a Kansas comeback," Brownback said.

Brownback called himself a Reagan-style Republican and his challenger Paul Davis an Obama-style Democrat.

He says they have very different policy choices and that's what we'll see played out in the election this fall.

Governor Sam Brownback is thinking ahead to the November general election. He defeated challenger Jennifer Winn in the primary with 63% of the vote.

Brownback will face off against Democratic challenger Paul Davis in November.

We spoke with Brownback after his win, he says he feels good about getting to tell the success story of what's been happening in Kansas since he took office.

"We've got a record number of jobs in the state of Kansas, record employment, record investment in K-12 education in the state, substantial improvement in the pension system in the state of Kansas, we're leading a Kansas comeback," Brownback said.

Brownback called himself a Reagan-style Republican and his challenger Paul Davis an Obama-style Democrat.

He says they have very different policy choices and that's what we'll see played out in the election this fall.