“The market functioned on Tuesday,” Gov. Sam Brownback said, noting how, when given a choice between conservative and moderate candidates in last week’s primary, GOP voters picked the conservative in most races. Of course, the market was also aided by the hundreds of thousands of dollars that the Kansas Chamber of Commerce and Americans for Prosperity spent to influence that choice.
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