Here's more national news hope for an election win despite polling that indicates the contrary.
Still, a bit of perspective that Democratic Party supporters hope will turn the tide . . .
And that might be important if we were talking about policy rather than the typical American popularity contest.
Accordingly, and because she just cleared MILLIONS in campaign cash, here's just a bit of hope/hype that imagines Kansas will vote for their first Democratic Party senator since 1932 . . . Check-it:
In 2016, Kansans voted overwhelmingly for President Donald Trump, and Republican Sen. Jerry Moran handily held onto his seat with more than 60 percent of the vote. This year, though, a Democrat named Barbara Bollier-the first of the four state legislators who in 2018 walked away from the GOP, citing the growth in right-wing extremism-appears to stand a real chance at nabbing the seat vacated by Sen.