Beyond the constitutional amendment question concerning abortion rights in the state, likely the biggest issue on ballots is determining who will represent the GOP in the run to replace Derek Schmidt as Kansas Attorney General.
The Kansas Court of Appeals has ruled that the state’s top elections official violated the state’s open records law when he had office computer software altered so that it could no longer produce data sought by a voting-rights advocate.
Concerns about election bribery stemmed from an email Wilson sent to USD 489 staff, offering to buy a meal for any school where the whole staff voted in favor of a bond issue to improve schools in the district.
Facing criticism for maintaining a presence in Russia, leadership from Koch Industries on Wednesday, March 16, issued a statement clarifying the Wichita-based international company’s position, defending its stance, and condemning Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
Inspired by a group of Canadian truck drivers who protested their country’s COVID-related mandates, a group of truckers in the U.S. made their way into Kansas Thursday night on a cross-country journey that began in Aurora, Colorado and is gradually making its way to Washington, D.C.