Topeka Democratic nominee Tom Holland is kicking off his fall campaign for Kansas governor by proposing a series of debates with Republican Sam Brownback.
Holland, a state senator from Baldwin City, was unopposed in Tuesday's Democratic primary. Brownback, a U.S. senator since 1997, easily won the GOP primary over former home builder Joan Heffington of Derby.
Holland scheduled a Statehouse news conference Thursday morning to present a proposal for 10 debates with Brownback before November's election. He also planned to discuss budget issues.
Brownback has said he'll outline a proposed platform that he calls the "Road Map for Kansas" next week.