Republicans hold 92 of the 125 Kansas House seats and 32 of the 40 Senate seats, but Gov. Sam Brownback isn’t satisfied. He urged those attending the Kansas Republican Party convention last weekend in Hutchinson to compete harder in those districts now held by Democrats, the Hutchinson News reported. He said that Republicans needed to hold town hall meetings in those districts and build relationships. “You’re all the time out there and pushing,” Brownback said.
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