Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has decided against running for Senator Kansas, decision that could force the GOP to defend an otherwise safe seat.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo looks ready to jump ship in favor of a run for Senate,
Republicans from around the country want Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to run for Senate in Kansas. Because they’re afraid they can’t win without him.
Kris Kobach, former Kansas Secretary of State and former head of President Trump’s “Voter Fraud” Commission, is running for Senator in Kansas.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will not be running for Senate despite urging from Republicans in Washington and back in Kansas,
President Trump stormed out of a meeting with Congressional leaders as the shutdown drags on with no end in sight.
With Pat Roberts retiring, Kansas Republicans are reportedly looking at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to succeed him.
Kansas Senator Pat Roberts is the second Republican to announce his retirement, but his seat should remain safely red.
Congress will not be returning to Washington until some time next week. Thus guaranteeing that this shutdown will last at least through January 3rd.
Christmas is behind us, but don’t expect any progress when it comes to the government shutdown, which is in its fifth day.
After a week, the race for the GOP nomination for Kansas Governor is over. Now it’s on to what could be an interesting General Election.
Kris Kobach, the controversial Secretary of State of Kansas who is also a Trump ally, holds on to a slim lead in the GOP Primary for Governor.
Trump’s tariff plan isn’t going over well in farm country, and that could cause problems for the GOP in November.
President Trump appeared to change positions on several gun control ideas, but he probably doesn’t mean it.
Despite the activism we’ve seen in the wake of the school shooting in Florida, it’s unlikely that we’ll see significant Congressional action on guns.
Rand Paul’s flailing Presidential campaign seems to be raising concerns about his Senate seat among some Republicans.
Lindsey Graham is the latest entrant into the Presidential race, but it’s hard to see how he gets out of the bottom of the polls.
2014 was not supposed to be a wave election, but it clearly qualifies as one.
With the midterms over, it’s time for Sarah Palin to start grifting again.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul continues to challenge Republican orthodoxy on foreign policy, and that’s a good thing.
Facing a tough re-election battle, Kansas Senator Pat Roberts is engaging in abject fearrmongering.
Things are looking good for the GOP to take over the Senate, but there are still several right races that could tip the balance one way or the other.
There’s at least a 50-50 chance we won’t know who controls the Senate until weeks after Election Day.
Individual polls are likely to be volatile, so don’t pay too much attention to them.
Is former Senator Larry Pressler surging in his Independent bid to win back his old Senate seat?
The death of the Tea Party is greatly exaggerated.
Two weeks after it seemed to be tightening, there are signs the battle for control of the Senate may be moving in the GOP’s direction.
Third-party candidates in several states could end up having a big say in the battle for control of the Senate.
The Kansas Supreme Court may have just upended the battle for control of the U.S. Senate
Kansas’s highest court heard argument today in a legal dispute that could play a huge role in deciding who controls the Senate after November 4th.
Republicans still have an advantage, but Democrats seem to be holding their own in the battle for Senate control.
The Kansas Senate race is becoming unexpectedly interesting.
A political earthquake in the Sunflower State that could have a big impact on the battle for control of the Senate.
The GOP has a good chance of taking the Senate in 2014, but it will be by a narrow margin.
Tea Party backed candidates may have lost most of the GOP primary battles, but they’ve won the war for control of the Republican agenda.
The Tea Party v. “establishment” battle in the GOP has been pretty one-sided this year.
There aren’t nearly as many “meta” lessons in Eric Cantor’s loss as pundits have been claiming.
From the beginning, the Tea Party has shown itself to be just plain bad at picking candidates. This year, they finally seem to be on the verge of paying for it in the GOP primaries