GOP Kansas Senate map creates 2 districts with 2 incumbents

 

March 11, 2022



TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republicans are moving to redraw the boundaries of Kansas Senate districts so that a GOP and Democratic senator would face running against each other and the Redistricting Committee's chair would be drawn into a GOP colleague's district.

Republicans and Democrats have rival plans, though the GOP plan is more likely to pass, given Republicans' Senate supermajority. The League of Women Voters also has a plan, and all three were posted online by Friday morning.

The Kansas Constitution requires lawmakers to redraw their districts to make them as equal in population every 1...



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