Here's yet another insight about the best chance for the Democratic Party to win a senate seat in Kansas since 1932. Notice that the hype is based on cash and not polling. In fact, most insiders know that the numbers still shows the party-switching politico is behind the empty suit the GOP is running.
The Kansas race for U.S. Senate is getting national attention.Over the weekend, "The Economist" called the race between Republican Roger Marshall and Democrat Barbara Bollier a toss-up.Writers say, right now, neither candidate has a 65% probability of winning. Republicans have represented Kansas in the U.S. Senate since 1932.It's the longest streak in the country.