Kansas Republicans Fear Surprisingly Tough Congressional Special Election
Double links from both sides of this aisle on this political contest that some call a referendum on both Gov. Brownback & Prez Trump . . . While both views ignore the merits of a better campaign and candidate that COULD convince voters despite partisan conventional wisdom on both sides of the aisle. Take a look:
It's just after three in the afternoon on the Tuesday before Election Day, and James Thompson is in a gray Dodge truck driving away from the studios of yet another radio station. This time, the station was La Raza, a Spanish-language broadcaster that serves Wichita, Kansas, and its environs.
It's an old story by now that Republicans are jittery about holding onto the Georgia U.S. House seat once held by Newt Gingrich and Johnny Isakson, and mostly recently by HHS Secretary Tom Price, in an April 18 special election.