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Archive for Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Here’s the election lineup for local congressional, legislative positions

June 10, 2008

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— The field is set for the Aug. 5 primary and Nov. 4 general election, and here is the lineup:

Congress

Senate

Jim Slattery faces Lee Jones in the Democratic Party primary. The winner will square off against Republican incumbent Pat Roberts and Libertarian Randall Hodgkinson.

House District 2, which includes western Lawrence.

Jim Ryun faces Lynn Jenkins in the Republican Party primary. The winner will face Democratic incumbent Nancy Boyda and Libertarian Robert Gerrard.

House District 3, which includes eastern Lawrence.

Nick Jordan faces Paul Showen in the Republican Party primary. The winner will take on Democratic incumbent Dennis Moore and Libertarian Joe Bellis.

State Legislature

Senate District 2

Democratic incumbent Marci Francisco will face Republican Scott Morgan in the general election.

Senate District 3

Republican incumbent Roger Pine, Democrat Tom Holland, and Libertarian Patrick Wilbur will be on the general election ballot.

Senate District 19, which includes part of Douglas County

Democratic incumbent Anthony Hensley will face Republican Shari Weber in the general election.

House District 10

Democrat Tony Brown, Republican John Coen, and Libertarian William Stewart Starks will be on the general election ballot.

House District 38

Republican incumbent Anthony Brown faces Democrat Stephanie Kelton in the general election.

House District 44

Democratic incumbent Barbara Ballard is unchallenged.

House District 45

Republican incumbent Tom Sloan will face Democrat John Wilson in the general election.

House District 46

Democratic incumbent Paul Davis is unchallenged.

House District 47

Republican incumbent Lee Tafanelli is unchallenged.

House District 53, which includes part of Douglas County

Democratic incumbent Ann Mah faces Republican Cecil Washington Jr. in the general election.

State Board of Education

District 4, which includes Douglas County

Alan Detrich faces Robert Meissner in the Republican Party primary. The winner will face Democrat Carolyn Campbell in the general election.

Comments

situveux1 6 years, 6 months ago

Good news, you can vote for somebody else that will vote with the fainting goats and hippies.

Orwell 6 years, 6 months ago

Yeah, I'm real anxious to give Jim Ryun two more years of voting with the chicken hawks and wingnuts on our behalf.Next:

bugmenot 6 years, 5 months ago

Ryun might win if he would support the FairTax.

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