The Kansas Secretary of State officially brought a chaotic filing period to an end today at noon.
Political candidates rush to get their names on the primary ballot in Kansas, and construction starts on Interstate 70 this week. It’s a daily digest of headlines from KCUR.
The President speaks at a Joplin graduation ceremony. Kansas redistricting case get more plaintiffs. It’s a daily digest of headlines from KCUR.
Floods leave mark on farmlands. Kobach pushes for state lawmakers to finish redistricting. KU Hospital restarts heart transplant program. It’s a daily digest of headlines from KCUR.
A daily digest of headlines from KCUR.
The controversy over illegal immigration is pitting Republican against Republican and business against immigration hardliners in Kansas.
A pro-business, pro-immigration bill introduced in the Kansas legislature yesterday pits traditionally Republican business leaders against the hardline anti-immigration Secretary of State and maybe the Republican governor as well.
Kansas City, MO – The Kansas Secretary of State administers statewide elections and handles business filings. It's an office that usually doesn't draw much attention, but this year has been different.
Democratic incumbent Chris Biggs is being challenged by Republican Kris Kobach, who is known for his work in writing laws targeting illegal immigration - including the controversial Arizona law.
Biggs and Kobach met for a debate in Overland Park.