Let's not make this too complicated . . .
The Kansas Guv was able to pass a surprising amount of legislation this session and the GOP didn't meet veto override thresholds.
Moreover, like it or not . . .
The latest chapter in the abortion debate threatens to bolster progressive turnout AND push more women toward moderate Democratic leaders like Guv Kelly.
And so . . . The attack ads and meanie social media chatter have to ramp up their aggressive strategies or risk losing the women voters en masse . . . Again . . .
"The ad has been touted by the RGA as being in addition to a new six-figure 2022 PAC investment airing on broadcast in Kansas City, Wichita, and Topeka. This latest investment is in addition to another recent announcement from the RGA that it has put $3.5 million in ad reservations for September through Election Day later this year."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
TOPEKA (KSNT) - The Republican Governors Association has launched a new TV ad against Kansas Governor Laura Kelly. According to the RGA, this ad is titled "Rough Road" and focuses on highlighting Kelly's "most radical actions as governor." These include her veto of over 20 tax cuts, work requirements for welfare and legislation to protect [...]
Take a peek . . .
You decide . . .