In Topeka, the incumbent (a RINO-follower) won by 150 votes. She spent $284,000, at least, from the AFL-CIO and KNEA. Her campaign lit made her out to be a very hard-core conservative. Here’s her dilemma now: she had more than 150 Democrat cross-overs in her district. Now she’ll have to campaign in a general with a largely uninterested GOP base (as far as their opinion of her). I doubt that her “The first thing I’ll do is keep ObamaCare out of Kansas” mailer will help her much.
Congratulations on electing Tyson. She is exceptional! The more I read about the primary results, the happier I’m becoming. Just a few Sebileus go-fers left, and they are too spineless to come up with terrible ideas on their own.
Eh its better to have a moderate politically pledged to support you than a democrat politically pledged to appose you.
Take the gains you have with the rest of the State and let them run your state’s political activity. Let the moderates help you where they will, as the democrats will fight you everywhere.