By Frank Morris
SALINA, KAN. – Kansas is usually an afterthought in the presidential campaign. Republicans know they can count on it and Democrats tend to see it as hostile territory. Usually the caucuses were always too late to matter anyway. But this year, Kansas Democrats caucus on Super Tuesday, and the Republicans will hold their caucus a week and a half later. One of the Democratic candidates is mounting a serious campaign in Kansas, and as KCUR's Frank Morris reports, it seems to be taking root in an unlikely place - the deep, deep red center of the state.
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