A rallying cry from the MAGA glory days could help Republicans win back the Ceder Crest Kansas Governor's Mansion.

Or at least the plan is to empower otherwise boring candidates with some of Prez Trump's more lively rhetoric given that they'd likely lose a debate about local economics, education and healthcare without hiding behind culture war rhetoric.

Make no mistake, this strategy is effective and popular . . . Take a peek . . .

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, who is poised to face-off against incumbent democratic Governor Laura Kelly in this year’s gubernatorial race, spoke about his vision for Kansas with Republican political activist and Kansas-native Matt Schlapp.

One issue that’s expected to be a big focus for the party this year is what’s happening at the border. While Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has not spoken on the issue yet, a national GOP-led push to secure the border is prompting action at the state level.

“The Trump administration did a good job of working with our counterparts in Mexico in stopping this craziness we have at the border,” Schlapp said.

The Attorney General mentioned his latest move, introducing legislation to ban “sanctuary cities” in the state.

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The Border, Abortion & Inflation among top issues for Kansas GOP

WICHITA, (KSNT)- The Kansas GOP is prepping for election season touting priority issues for the party at the annual GOP convention in Wichita over the weekend. Top Republican figures came out to partake in the two-day event, taking place Friday and Saturday at the Hyatt Regency.