Kansas SKansas Senate race's last days include events -- and huntingenate race's last days include events -- and hunting
November 1, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republican Roger Marshall did some early morning hunting in the final days of his campaign for an open U.S. Senate seat in Kansas, while Democrat Barbara Bollier filled her last weekend with online and in-person events.
Marshall, a two-term congressman for western and central Kansas, and Bollier, a Kansas City-area state senator, are finishing up the most expensive political campaign in state history. Bollier set a Kansas record by raising more than $25 million, nearly four times as much as Marshall's $6.4 million. However, outside groups expected to pour $41 million...