Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston endorsed Paul Morrison for attorney general Friday, saying he is “articulate, experienced and does not have a political agenda.”
Foulston told The Eagle editorial board that she had resisted endorsing in this race, but felt that her hand was forced by a claim by a supporter of Attorney General Phill Kline that she was backing Kline.
She said Kline came into office with “zero experience” in the courtroom — and that Morrison is “eminently more qualified.”
She also said that Kline has been “too politically motivated” as attorney general in pushing a social agenda — and gave as one example his pursuit of adult abortion records.
Foulston said she’d had enough of Kline’s mixture of religion and politics. “This is not the way law enforcement runs in this state.”
Posted by Randy Scholfield
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