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Poll for U.S. Senate Race in Kansas

On July 25, SurveyUSA released a poll for the U.S. Senate race in Kansas. The results: Republican incumbent Pat Roberts 38%; Democrat Chad Taylor 33%; independent Greg Orman 14%; Libertarian Randall Batson 4%; undecided 11%. See here for more detail.

The Kansas primary is August 5, and both Roberts and Taylor have primary opponents. Nevertheless, they are very likely to be nominated.

Orman has raised approximately $600,000, a higher amount than anyone else running outside the two major parties for Congress this year, except for Marianne Williamson, the California independent for U.S. House who is being kept out of the general election due to the top-two system.

In the Governor’s race, the results are: Democrat Paul Davis 48%; Republican incumbent Sam Brownback 40%; Libertarian Keen Umbehr 5%; undecided 7%.

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  1. Demo Rep

    How many more minority rule EXTREMISTS will be elected into the minority rule gerrymander Congress before Civil WAR II starts ???

    Abolish the gerrymander USA Senate.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  2. Jim Riley

    Would Willimamson have run under the old system? How many signatures would she have required?

  3. Richard Winger

    When a candidate has over $1,000,000, getting about 10,000 signatures is not a problem.

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