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General Election — November 7, 2006

Attorney General

All precincts reporting / 821,270 total votes / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

Completed candidate chats
Stephan seeks Kline fundraising probe
November 2, 2006
Former Atty. Gen. Bob Stephan on Wednesday called for an investigation into the fundraising of current Atty. Gen. Phill Kline. Stephan requested that the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission look into Kline’s fundraising at churches and $41,552 in unitemized contributions he reported on his campaign finance statement filed this week.
Stephan seeks investigation into Kline fund-raising
Former AG requested that the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission look into Kline’s fund-raising at churches
November 1, 2006
Former AG requested that the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission look into Kline’s fund-raising at churches.
Abortion records revelation heats up AG race
Democratic opponent criticizes the development as vote nears
November 1, 2006
The announcement by Phill Kline, an ardent opponent of abortion, cranked up the heat in an already hotly contested legal struggle and the race for attorney general.
Kline says office received abortion records a week ago
November 1, 2006
Atty. Gen. Phill Kline said Tuesday night that his office has received the records of 90 patients from two abortion clinics and is reviewing them for possible crimes.
PAC adds $1.5M to Kline bid
Republican group helps finance ads in AG campaign
October 31, 2006
A Washington, D.C., corporate-interest political action committee spent a record $1.5 million in nine days to help Kansas Republican Atty. Gen. Phill Kline, according to campaign finance reports filed Monday.
Republican PAC spends $1.5 million to support Kline
Sum is a campaign record
October 30, 2006
Sum is a record in a Kansas campaign
Heated exchanges mark attorney general’s race
October 29, 2006
From the start, the campaign for Kansas attorney general has been a political slugfest.
Campaign ads mask sponsors’ identities
October 29, 2006
Americans for Prosperity launches an ad campaign opposing taxes. Just a grass-roots group trying to help the Kansas working class, right? Wrong.
Records show declines in consumer savings under Kline
October 28, 2006
Restitution and savings to Kansas consumers who have complained of being fleeced have declined under Atty. Gen. Phill Kline, according to state records.
Kline promised no sex case attacks
Days later, A.G. changed direction
October 27, 2006
Anti-Kline mailings linked to Tiller
Nonprofit group warns voters to be wary of ads
October 26, 2006
Who is behind mailings and ads in the attorney general’s race is about as clear as the mud being thrown by the candidates.
Morrison’s accuser says she received no money
October 26, 2006
A woman who filed suit in 1991 alleging sexual harassment by Johnson County Dist. Atty. Paul Morrison, now the Democratic nominee for Kansas attorney general, said Wednesday she received no money when her lawsuit was dismissed by mutual agreement.
Abortion doctor behind anti-Kline mailing
Kline spokesperson calls mailing ‘backdoor assault’
October 25, 2006
Kansans for Consumer Privacy Protection has the same office address as ProKanDo, a political action committee started and financed by George Tiller.
Bad KBI data blamed for incorrect claims about murder rate
October 25, 2006
Incorrect statistics posted on the Kansas Bureau of Investigation’s Web site led a group to claim wrongly in a mailing that the state’s murder rate has skyrocketed while Republican Phill Kline has been attorney general.
Kline’s ‘bottom-feeder’ ad sets tone for AG debate
October 25, 2006
A political firestorm raged Tuesday over a television ad by Republican Atty. Gen. Phill Kline that focuses on a 15-year-old unproven sexual harassment allegation against Democratic challenger Paul Morrison.