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  Kansas
State Government
  Governor  Sam Brownback 2 14 +3.69%
  Lieutenant Governor  Jeff Colyer 2 14 +3.69%
  Secretary of State  Kris Kobach 2 14 +18.35%
  Attorney General  Derek Schmidt 2 14 +33.53%
  Treasurer  Jacob LaTurner 0 17 +100.00%
  Insurance Commissioner  Ken Selzer 1 14 +23.01%
  KS State Senate  Republican Party Control 1 16 +55.00%
  KS State House  Republican Party Control 1 16 +36.00%
  Board of Education  Republican Party Control 0 16 +60.00%
President
  President  Donald Trump 1 16 +20.60%
Senate
  Senate Class II  Pat Roberts 5 14 +10.62%
  Senate Class III  Jerry Moran 2 16 +29.94%
House of Representatives
  KS - District 01  Roger Marshall 1 16 +39.64%
  KS - District 02  Lynn M. Jenkins 5 16 +28.38%
  KS - District 03  Kevin W. Yoder 4 16 +10.70%
  KS - District 04  Ron Estes 0 17 +6.21%
County List
 Counties 
Referenda
 Initiatives and Referenda 

Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeKansas WinnerYrKansas Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
0.87% Popular Vote   Donald Trump 16 671,018 56.65% +10.57%

Neighbors
Colorado, United States  
Missouri, United States  
Nebraska, United States  
Oklahoma, United States  

Created From
[X] Territory of Kansas
State DETAILS
Parents > United States  
Established January 29, 1861
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifiedRP April 26, 2011 03:20pm
Description
PVIR+24.45 ( D-12.13 R+10.57 I+1.88 N-0.43 LBT+1.39 G-1.07 CST-0.10 PSL-0.05 ADP-0.02 ASP+0.01 )

MAPS

KS CDs 2013-2023 Jan 3, 2013-Jan 3, 2023

Largest Population Cities [More]  
# City County Population As Of
1 Wichita Sedgwick 366,046 2008-07-01
2 Overland Park Johnson 171,231 2008-07-01
3 Kansas City Wyandotte 142,562 2008-07-01
4 Topeka Shawnee 123,446 2008-07-01
5 Olathe Johnson 119,993 2008-07-01
6 Lawrence Douglas 90,520 2008-07-01
7 Shawnee Johnson 60,954 2008-07-01
8 Manhattan Riley 52,284 2008-07-01
9 Lenexa Johnson 46,822 2008-07-01
10 Salina Saline 46,483 2008-07-01
11 Hutchinson Reno 40,889 2008-07-01
12 Leavenworth Leavenworth 34,729 2008-07-01
13 Leawood Johnson 31,342 2008-07-01
14 Garden City Finney 28,557 2008-07-01
15 Emporia Lyon 26,380 2008-07-01
16 Dodge City Ford 25,689 2008-07-01
17 Derby Sedgwick 22,517 2008-07-01
18 Prairie Village Johnson 21,479 2008-07-01
19 Junction City Geary 20,671 2008-07-01
20 Hays Ellis 20,368 2008-07-01
21 Liberal Seward 20,074 2008-07-01
22 Pittsburg Crawford 19,649 2008-07-01
23 Newton Harvey 18,133 2008-07-01
24 Gardner Johnson 17,462 2008-07-01
25 Great Bend Barton 15,564 2008-07-01
26 McPherson McPherson 13,396 2008-07-01
27 Ottawa Franklin 12,850 2008-07-01
28 El Dorado Butler 12,591 2008-07-01
29 Winfield Cowley 11,497 2008-07-01
30 Arkansas City Cowley 11,070 2008-07-01
31 Parsons Labette 11,065 2008-07-01
32 Merriam Johnson 10,814 2008-07-01
33 Lansing Leavenworth 10,691 2008-07-01
34 Atchison Atchison 10,402 2008-07-01
35 Haysville Sedgwick 10,364 2008-07-01
36 Andover Butler 10,351 2008-07-01
37 Coffeyville Montgomery 10,312 2008-07-01
38 Mission Johnson 9,765 2008-07-01
39 Independence Montgomery 9,245 2008-07-01
40 Chanute Neosho 8,843 2008-07-01
41 Augusta Butler 8,693 2008-07-01
42 Fort Scott Bourbon 7,941 2008-07-01
43 Park City Sedgwick 7,787 2008-07-01
44 Wellington Sumner 7,735 2008-07-01
45 Bonner Springs Wyandotte 7,161 2008-07-01
46 Roeland Park Johnson 6,960 2008-07-01
47 Bel Aire Sedgwick 6,797 2008-07-01
48 Valley Center Sedgwick 6,521 2008-07-01
49 Abilene Dickinson 6,400 2008-07-01
50 Pratt Pratt 6,397 2008-07-01
51 Eudora Douglas 6,226 2008-07-01
52 Mulvane Sumner 5,866 2008-07-01
53 Iola Allen 5,782 2008-07-01
54 Ulysses Grant 5,557 2008-07-01
55 De Soto Johnson 5,420 2008-07-01
56 Paola Miami 5,351 2008-07-01
57 Spring Hill Johnson 5,227 2008-07-01
58 Concordia Cloud 5,208 2008-07-01
59 Colby Thomas 4,803 2008-07-01
60 Osawatomie Miami 4,488 2008-07-01
Largest Population Counties  
# County Population As Of
1 Johnson 542,737 2009-07-01
2 Sedgwick 490,864 2009-07-01
3 Shawnee 176,255 2009-07-01
4 Wyandotte 155,085 2009-07-01
5 Douglas 116,383 2009-07-01
6 Leavenworth 75,227 2009-07-01
7 Riley 71,341 2009-07-01
8 Butler 64,084 2009-07-01
9 Reno 63,357 2009-07-01
10 Saline 54,364 2009-07-01

HISTORY
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INFORMATION LINKS
Kansas Constitution Party  Discuss
Kansas Democratic Party  Discuss
Kansas Green Party  Discuss
Kansas Republican Party  Discuss
Libertarian Party of Kansas  Discuss

PARTY REGISTRATION
Pty Amount % As Of Contributor
R 750,908 44.36% Oct 01, 2011 Miro
I 487,944 28.83% Oct 01, 2011 Miro
D 442,647 26.15% Oct 01, 2011 Miro
LBT 10,139 0.60% Oct 01, 2011 Miro
REF 1,065 0.06% Oct 01, 2011 Miro
AE 1 0.00% Oct 01, 2011 Miro

DEMOGRAPHIC
Population
Religion

MEDIA

EVENTS
Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Jan 01, 1900 07:00am Jan 01, 1900 07:00pm General Election KS Poll Open and Close Times Set  RP 
Jun 10, 2010 05:45pm Jun 10, 2010 05:45pm Filing Deadline - Primary Election KS Filing Deadline for Party Candidates  RP 
Aug 03, 2010 07:00am Aug 03, 2010 07:00pm Primary Election KS Primary Election  RP 
Mar 10, 2012 09:00pm Mar 10, 2012 09:00pm Presidential Primary KS Presidential Caucus  Picimpalious 
Aug 02, 2016 07:00am Aug 02, 2016 07:00pm Primary Election KS Primary Election  RP 

BOOKS
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NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Jun 07, 2017 01:00am Proposed Legislation Brownback Tax Cut Era Ends With Kansas Legislature’s Veto Override   Article RP 
Oct 31, 2016 05:05pm Report Kansas is still bleeding, thanks to tea party economics   Article RP 
Oct 03, 2016 04:00pm Report Kansas collected $45m less than expected in September, adding to budget shortfall  Article RP 
Jun 24, 2016 02:10pm General Four Kansas governors form coalition to challenge Brownback and his allies  Article RP 
Jun 22, 2015 05:30pm Report New, whopping loss of jobs sabotages Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax-cut strategy  Article RP 
May 29, 2015 11:00am Oops To Fill Budget Hole, Kansas G.O.P. Considers the Unthinkable: Raising Taxes   Article RP 

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