WATCH: U.S. Senate candidates share stances on key Kansas issues
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Three candidates vying to replace retiring Pat Roberts in representing Kansas in the U.S. Senate recently sat down with KWCH anchor Michael Schwanke to discuss their platforms and field questions covering several key issues important to Kansans.
For voters across Kansas, the race to replace Pat Roberts is the most high-profile race on the Nov. 3 general-election ballot outside of the presidential vote. The Senate race includes Republican Roger Marshall, looking to move from representing Kansas’ First Congressional District in the U.S. House to the Senate, Democratic Barbara Bollier, a state senator, and Libertarian Jason Buckley.
With about a month out from the general election, you can hear from all three candidates in the clips below.
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