This morning there's another sign of right-wing progress for political denizens hoping & praying for the "red wave" against Prez Biden and the Democratic Party majority in D.C. as the Midterms approach.

Here's the aftermath and a result that many in our blog community predicted . . .

"Kris Kobach is back in the spotlight of Kansas politics after losing to Democrat Laura Kelly in the 2018 governor’s race. Kobach said his experience bringing lawsuits against both the Biden and Obama administrations makes him a top choice to do the same if he’s elected Kansas attorney general."

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Kansas Republicans pick Kobach in hotly-contested AG race

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (KWCH) - Beyond the constitutional amendment question concerning abortion rights in the state, likely the biggest issue on ballots was determining who will represent the GOP in the run to replace Derek Schmidt as Kansas Attorney General. Schmidt is stepping down form the post in his run for governor.