This might or might not help the moderate politico who now confronts a red wave of Republican voters and needs all of the help she can get.
Take a peek at the festivities . . .
"Governor Laura Kelly was the honored guest and helped light the Kinara. The Kinara has seven candles, three red on the left, three green on the right, and a single black candle in the center. The seven candles represent the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa. Red, green and black is the symbolic colors of the holiday."
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by: Keith Horinek Posted: / Updated: TOPEKA (KSNT) - Governor Laura Kelly celebrated Kwanzaa with the African-American Community on Monday at the Kansas State House. The Reverend Shirley D. Heermance of St. Mark's A.M.E. Church gave the opening prayer and was emcee for the afternoon event.