A quote from a local journalist on the topic of political change offers an important perspective.
Here's the world according to Kansas City Star columnist Dave Helling . . .
For more context check this week's post-election newsie conversation . . .
And so we offer this axiom up for debate . . .
Mainstream opinion seems to suggest that Johnson County election consequences will lead Kansas into a new progressive era despite threat of a red wave.
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By Tyler Schneider MO US SENATE (R): , the current Missouri Attorney General, and , who is well known as the former disgraced governor of Missouri whose 2018 resignation paved the way for Mike Parson's current run in Jefferson City, both unequivocally accepted the endorsement.
WICHITA, Kansas - Conservatives frustrated with Kansas public school policies won seats on the state Board of Education on Tuesday and could push to reshape the lessons taught in schools. Two Republican members of the board were ousted by challengers who spoke out against lessons on racism, sexuality and gender identity.
Hide Transcript Show Transcript CODY: WE'RE WATCHING A NUMBER OF OTHER RACES SET FOR THIS FALL THAT COULD AFFECT THE BALANCE OF POWER ON CAPITOL HILL. REPUBLICANS NEED TO FLIP SEVEN SEATS TO WIN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. THEY'LL WORK HARD TO MAKE A CHANGE IN KANSAS'S THIRD DISTRICT.
Ashley All, spokeswoman for Kansans for Constitutional Freedom, gives a speech Aug. 2, 2022, at a watch party in Overland Park after primary results verified Kansans voted to preserve abortion rights. // Photo by Lily O'Shea Becker/Kansas Reflector TOPEKA - For Ashley All, the effort to defeat a constitutional amendment that would have eliminated abortion rights is the most consequential...
It was Election Night in a hotel ballroom in Overland Park, Kansas, and Ashley All didn't know what to think. For months, she had been a public face in the fight to protect abortion rights from a ballot initiative that would change the state constitution and open the door to severe restrictions, or even a ban.
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