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Schmidt ousts Six in Kansas attorney general race

November 2, 2010, 7:28 p.m. Updated November 2, 2010, 10:56 p.m.

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2010 Kansas Elections: Attorney General

Dennis Hawver, Steve Six and Derek Schmidt are running for Kansas Attorney General.

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In the attorney general's race, Schmidt's major issue was Six's refusal to join a lawsuit seeking to block the federal health care law.

10:37 p.m. update

BULLETIN (AP) — Derek Schmidt, GOP, elected Attorney General, Kansas.

9:36 p.m. update

Schmidt's lead is staying steady at 53.3 percent. Six has 43.8 percent.

9:22 p.m. update

Schmidt is at 53.2 percent of the vote and is still leading Six.

9:03 p.m. update

Schmidt's lead as increased slightly, and he's now at 53.6 percent. Six is currently at 43.7 percent.

8:39 p.m. update

Six has gained on Schmidt slightly, but Schmidt still leads with 53.3 percent of the vote for Kansas attorney general.

8:13 p.m. update

Derek Schmidt has retaken the lead with 55.4 percent of the vote. Six now has 42.6 percent.

7:48 p.m. update

Steve Six has taken a slight lead over Derek Schmidt. Six now has 50.4 percent of the vote to Schmidt's 47.5 percent.

7:26 p.m. update

With less than 1,000 votes counted, Derek Schmidt has 63.6 percent of the votes in the race for Kansas attorney general. Steve Six has 32.9% and Dennis Hawver has 3.5%. Get live race results.

Comments

IndusRiver 3 years, 5 months ago

It's not been one but both the D & R parties that have been dividing and disenfranchising this country for the last 30 years especially. Not all Democrats lost in yesterday's election and they still hold the majority in the Senate. Some infusion of the "red" into the "blue" was needed to bring about some control to the idealogies of one, only one, political party. Both the Ds and Rs need to be meeting each other halfway toward a center. Steve Six wasn't one of those who represented anything other than special interest, which obviously enough people knew to give him his notice to vacate the office.

I was happy to see Lynn Jenkins get another term, but Kevin Yoder winning the 3rd District was sweet, real sweet.

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Horace 3 years, 5 months ago

What's the Matter with Kansas?

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Healthcare_Moocher 3 years, 5 months ago

This is good, now we can join the other states in opting out of the healthcare.

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oldvet 3 years, 5 months ago

Six was probably the one Democrat that I could have supported, but when you're on the wrong bus, you're going over the cliff with it...

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DeckDoctors 3 years, 5 months ago

Voters don't like 'annointed' politicians. Six was hand picked by Kathleen 'the hammer' Sebelius to cover her and Obama's aggregious takeover of healthcare. He didn't have the common sense to oppose Socialistic Healthcare, and the people have spoken. They don't want 'yes men' in office who support wild eyed socialism as he and Sebelius do.

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Roland Gunslinger 3 years, 5 months ago

This was the one race that actually shocked me when the results came in.

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not_holroyd 3 years, 5 months ago

Do you seriously want to stay with the current headline, since your 7:48 analysis was based on less than 5% of the total vote?

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