Tonight's money line . . .
"Campaign finance data shows roughly $65 million has already been spent in the race. Bollier, who has collected more than $24 million, has a big fund raising advantage over Marshall, who has raised about $6 million."
Pollster claim that the contest is close despite the Kansas tradition of picking the empty suit white dude . . . Read more:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas voters are witnessing the most expensive U.S. Senate race in state history. Republican U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall and Democratic state Senator Barbara Bollier are running to replace Sen. Pat Roberts. Campaign finance data shows roughly $65 million has already been spent in the race.