Wichita talk radio pioneer Joseph Ashby shares his thoughts on the upcoming Kansas primary election. We cover the Secretary of State, Governor, and Sedgwick County Commission.
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From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Kansas Secretary of State Candidates. This was recorded July 27, 2018.
A Wichita statistician is thwarted in efforts to obtain data that might explain a strange observation.
Wichita Eagle labels hold a clue to the newspaper’s attitude, Kansas Democratic Party income tax reckoning, straight-ticket voting could leave some issues unvoted, and how a minimum wage hike would harm the most vulnerable workers.
There are several issues involved with straight-party voting. Kansas shouldn't adopt this practice. But on the other hand, why not?
Here’s a map I created of the vote percentage Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach received by precinct.
Candidates for Republican party nomination for Kansas Secretary of State spoke at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on July 18, 2014.
As the Kansas Legislature begins its 2014 session today, citizens who want to keep track of the happenings have these resources available.
"Every election is a sort of advance auction of stolen goods." Whether the sale is implicit or explicit, it doesn't change what's happening. There's no need to create new laws or enforcement powers.
Today: Wichita City council; Sedgwick County Commission; Kobach on voter reform in Wall Street Journal; Tiahrt, former Congressman, to address Pachyderms; Wichita speaker lineup set; Blue Ribbon Commission coming to Wichita; School choice cast as civil rights issue; Medicare reform necessary; Science, public agencies, and politics.
Today: Regulation, Wichita city government, George Soros, Kansas Supreme Court, Kansas Secretary of State, Wichita Pachyderm Club, Kansas legislature.
Kansas state government agencies are headed by a mix of elected and appointed officials. After looking at the websites for agencies headed by elected officials, Kansans would be justified in asking if all are using their agency websites for campaign purposes.
In debates over public policy, words matter. But readers recognize that words represent the opinion of the writer, and as such can be incorrect, misinformed, or simply stating a preference that the reader may disagree with.
Kansas State Representative Pete DeGraaf has released his personal endorsements for Kansas statewide races and for races around the Wichita area.
In Kansas, the deadline to register to vote or to change party affiliation is Monday July 19th. Voters need to register if they have moved or changed names.
This Friday (June 4) candidate for the Republican party nomination for Kansas Secretary of State Elizabeth "Libby" Ensley will address members and guests of the Wichita Pachyderm Club. Ensley is the Election Commissioner for Shawnee County (Topeka) Kansas.
Last week's meeting of the Sedgwick County Republican Party featured a forum with the three candidates seeking the Republican party nomination for Kansas Secretary of State. The candidates and links to their campaign websites are J.R. Claeys, Elizabeth "Libby" Ensley, and Kris Kobach.
During the forum, the different attitudes of the candidates towards the extent of voter fraud in Kansas and the measures that should be taken to combat it -- such as photo ID and proof of citizenship -- became apparent.