Progressive politics in Kansas
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Kcmatt7 last edited by
Even if the polls say Yoder isn’t the favorite, I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t win. Won by 10 points against the same guy two years ago when the polls were saying only 4 points. If the youth gets out in November, there is a chance. Otherwise I think we see another two years of Yoder.
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Welder is too liberal for Kansas. I’m not sure Welder will even be the Democratic nominee.
jaybate 1.0 last edited by jaybate 1.0
A Texas-Kansas oligarchy applied its wealth to the politics of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio. Now an older, larger oligarchy is applying its wealth to Kansas. All politics in an oligarchy is application of wealth for increased spatial influence over infrastructure—existing, or planned.