Without redistricting i.e. changing the rules, Kansas Republicans will have a very hard time competing against the "groundbreaking" incumbent who has garnered financial support from fans and political organizations across the nation.
Moreover, with other important contests for Kansas during the midterms, there's a very real chance that Republicans will invest their resources elsewhere.
Money line . . .
Sharice for Congress, Davids’ campaign committee, brought in nearly $600,000 in contributions this quarter, per an FEC filing. The committee also had more than $1.2 million on hand this quarter, according to the filing. Two years ago, the committee had over $480,000 in contributions and only about $750,000 on hand in the second quarter, per the 2019 filing.
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House Democrats who won their seats in 2018 swing districts brought in thousands of dollars in contributions during the second quarter of 2021. Many have also significantly increased their fundraising hauls from two years ago. The Democratic party narrowly regained control of the House of Representatives in 2018 through several expensive campaigns.