Amid hot race for open Senate seat, Trump carries Kansas
November 4, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas has had its most competitive U.S. Senate race in decades, though President Donald Trump carried the state in the presidential race.
The marquee race in Tuesday's election was the Senate contest between Republican Roger Marshall, a two-term congressman from western and central Kansas, and Democrat Barbara Bollier, a Kansas City-area state senator. The race was the most expensive in Kansas history, with Bollier setting a state record by raising more than $25 million to Marshall's $6.5 million and outside groups pouring in $41 million on advertising, the bulk of it...