As the ballots are being counted, some states are seeing a close vote margin.The Trump campaign has also been adding in a series of lawsuits from President Trump’s campaign.Two Wichita political science professors said we are close to knowing who the next president will be, but there are many steps that could be taken to make it official.
Congressman Ron Estes is seeking to continue representing south-central Kansas' Fourth Congressional District in Washington, D.C. as challenger Laura Lombard, a Democrat, is looking to flip the seat that includes representation of Wichita in the nation’s capital.
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.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Tuesday night appeared in a prerecorded message to make a case for America to reelect President Donald Trump in November. The former Kansas congressman addressed the Republican National convention from Jerusalem where he’s on a trip for state department business.
A 19-year-old Kansas House candidate who admitted to engaging in revenge porn and harassing girls online has reversed his decision to abandon a campaign that has seen him disavowed by many fellow Democrats.
A new Survey USA poll out Wednesday shows Republican physician Roger Marshall and Democratic physician Barbara Bollier run effectively, 46% to 44%, in the race to replace Pat Roberts in the U.S. Senate.
The race for Pat Roberts’ U.S. Senate set is set with Rep. Roger Marshall winning the Republican nomination in Tuesday’s primary election, Barbara Bollier winning the Democratic nod and Jason Buckley stepping up to run as the Libertarian candidate.
Democrats had expected state Sen. Barbara Bollier to prevail in Tuesday’s election because she has raised $8 million for her race and has the backing of party leaders, including former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary and two-term Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.
A big day for Kansas politics comes Tuesday with the Aug. 4 primary election to narrow the fields in several key races on the local, state, and national levels. Record-breaking advanced voting shows more widespread interest in the primary that precedes the Nov. 3 general election in which race winners will emerge.