Kansas Refuses 2024 Prez Primaries

There was bipartisan support for Kansas playing a bigger part in national politics. 

However . . . Dog & pony show political fun times didn't really stand up to scrutiny.

Here are the basics . . .

"The House voted 56-64 to sideline House Bill 2053, which was approved by a bipartisan majority of 28-12 in the Senate. It would have given the Republican and Democratic political parties the option of participating in a preference primary March 19, 2024, rather than continue the traditional caucus system whereby Kansans convene across the state to pick partisan winners."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Kansas House votes down Senate plan for presidential preference primary in 2024 - Kansas Reflector

TOPEKA - The Kansas House rejected legislation Monday authorizing a 2024 presidential primary approved by the Kansas Senate with opponents objecting to the minimum $4 million price tag and the new state filing fee or petition signature requirements of candidates.