In Kansas, also known as the Sunflower State, voters expect to go for the conservatives. The state, with a population of 2.9 million people, has been reliably red since Republican Barry Goldwater lost the state in 1964.
In Kansas, also known as the Sunflower State, voters expect to go for the conservatives. The state, with a population of 2.9 million people, has been reliably red since Republican Barry Goldwater lost the state in 1964. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
In Kansas, also known as the Sunflower State, voters expect to go for the conservatives. The state, with a population of 2.9 million people, has been reliably red since Republican Barry Goldwater lost the state in 1964. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

Reliably red Kansas will look for the conservatives

March 03, 2016 12:13 PM

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