Kansas Republicans Stay Losing Cash

Mainstream Kansas Republicans don't like the direction of the party as hardline right-wingers seek to shake things up in the red state. 

Johnson County housewives hilariously betrayed their husbands and NOW . . . Having all but lost the biggest county in the Sunflower State . . . Kansas Republicans seemingly confront an identity crisis going forward.

Here's part of the conversation as Democratic Party loyalists believe this kind of infighting might allow greater opportunity . . . Check-it . . . 

Critics of Kansas Republican Party Chair Mike Brown likely will seize on the numbers to support concerns related to the direction of the party. Brown was elected to the position in February, narrowly defeating his rival Helen Van Etten by one vote after running on a platform urging a departure from the status quo.

"I expected that we would see underperformance," said Mike Kuckelman, who served as chair of the party from 2019 until Brown's election. "That was expected. I didn't expect the severity of underperformance. We can't sugarcoat this — we have a problem in the Kansas Republican Party."

Kuckelman clashed with Brown repeatedly in the run-up to the chair vote and that has continued in recent months, with Brown reportedly asking his predecessor to avoid him and his family.

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Federal reports show Kansas Republican Party fundraising dip. Its leaders aren't worried.

The amount of money in the Kansas Republican Party's bank account has dipped, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.