Tags » Sam Brownback

Governor's race in Kansas remains close

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — After lifting the spirits of Kansas Democrats eager to oust conservative Republican Gov. Sam Brownback over his aggressive tax-cutting experiment, challenger Paul Davis appears to be losing ground as the state’s GOP loyalties and a hail of negative television ads take their toll. 655 more words

Local

What's the Matter With Kansas?

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-great-kansas-tea-party-disaster-20141023?page=4

Out on the road. Posting may be a little slow. However, this is a really great Rolling Stone article about the failings of total adherence to free market ideology in Kansas.

Troopers' PAC backs Democrat for Kansas governor

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) – A political action committee representing Kansas Highway Patrol troopers has endorsed Democratic challenger Paul Davis in the Kansas governor’s race.

Davis has a Statehouse news conference Thursday to publicize his backing from the Kansas State Troopers Association PAC. 93 more words

Local

Former DA slams Brownback ad using Carr brother murders

WICHITA, Kansas – The district attorney who prosecuted two brothers in a quadruple Wichita homicide is criticizing Gov. Sam Brownback’s use of the case in a new campaign commercial. 494 more words

Politics

Kansas Gubernatorial debate full video

Click the link above to view the full video of the gubernatorial debate between Gov. Sam Brownback and Paul Davis held during the Kansas Association of Broadcasters meeting in Wichita. 16 more words

Top Video

Carr brothers case becomes issue in final gubernatorial debate

WICHITA, Kansas – Gov. Sam Brownback assailed Democratic challenger Paul Davis Tuesday as a liberal who would appoint Kansas Supreme Court justices overly sympathetic to violent criminals, and Davis accused the Republican incumbent of trying to exploit a high-profile Wichita murder case to boost his re-election chances. 528 more words

Local

"Kids As Crash Test Dummies": Brownback Outsources Child Support Services To Donor

When he was elected in 2010, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback began to slash core government services and privatize the rest. His austerity politics resulted in the state being downgraded by S&P in August 2014, and his privatization initiatives have also drawn criticism, causing one leading Republican to state, “I had hoped that it wouldn’t be as extreme as it’s been … what we didn’t know was that Sam would use this state as crash test dummies for his own fiscal experiments.” 847 more words

Republicans