Daily Archives: March 10, 2012

Republican caucus as it happens

9 a.m.

With an hour to go before their caucus begins, hundreds of Republicans have filed into Century II Convention Center.

County Commissioner Karl Peterjohn is leading the crowd in a political trivia game while elected officials work the crowd seeing and being seen.

For the first time in recent memory, Kansas occupies a spot on the primary calendar that puts the state in position where its Republican votes can significantly influence the presidential nominating battle.

“The world’s watching Kansas today – and that’s the truth,” said District Judge Phil Journey. Read More »