There are two big issues in the race for Kansas governor this year: How to fund education and how to grow the economy.
Republican incumbent Gov. Sam Brownback is standing firm on cutting taxes to boost the economy.
Brownback has cut income taxes for individuals and eliminated them for small businesses. He says this will spur business development and thus the economy will grow.
But House Minority Leader Rep. Paul Davis has a very different idea.
Davis says he will drive economic growth by spending more on education.