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As lawmakers, Kansas judges should be selected democratically

While many believe that judges should not "legislate from the bench," the reality is that lawmaking is a judicial function. In a democracy, lawmakers should be elected under the principle of "one person, one vote." But Kansas, which uses the Missouri Plan for judicial selection to its two highest courts, violates this principle.

Kansas lawmakers, including judges, should be selected democratically

While many believe that judges should not "legislate from the bench," the reality is that lawmaking is a judicial function. In a democracy, lawmakers should be elected under the principle of "one person, one vote." But Kansas, which uses the Missouri Plan for judicial selection to its two highest courts, violates this principle.

Schodorf legacy should be evaluated on policy, not politics

News that Kansas Senator Jean Schodorf is leaving the Republican Party after her primary election loss has been treated as mostly a political story, which it certainly is. More important, however, is the potential for new policies and laws regarding Kansas schools that hold the promise of helping Kansas schoolchildren and families.

In Kansas, rejecting left-wing Republicans

Kansas voters have realized that the governance of Kansas by a coalition of Democrats and left-wing Republicans has not been in the state's best interest.

Kansas polls and election results

In the hotly contested Kansas Republican primary elections this year, polls generated a lot of interest. In two Kansas Congressional districts, independent polls did a good job of predicting the vote for all candidates except the two winners, and a candidate's own poll may have been undermined by large voter turnout.

Schodorf, Pottorff claim to have cut spending

Two Kansas Republicans -- one running for re-election, the other for higher office, both claim to have led the way in cutting the Kansas state budget. These claims, however, are at odds with the facts and both candidates' records.

Kansas fourth district poll shows tightening race with Pompeo in lead

KWCH Television in Wichita and SurveyUSA have released a poll of candidates seeking the Republican Party nomination for United States Congress from the fourth district of Kansas.

The survey shows support for Wichita businessman Jim Anderson and Kansas Senator Jean Schodorf on the rise, while the numbers for Wichita businessman Wink Hartman continue to decline. The support for Wichita businessman Mike Pompeo also fell slightly, well within the poll's level of sampling error.

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