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General Election — November 7, 2006

US House 3rd District

All precincts reporting / 231,851 total votes / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

Completed candidate chats
Video: U.S. House, 3rd District

Overview of the race between incumbent Dennis Moore (D) and Chuck Ahner (R). Watch »

Rep. Moore easily wins fifth term to 3rd District
November 8, 2006
Resurgent Democrats won control of the House and challenged the Republicans’ grip on the Senate in midterm elections, riding a powerful wave of public anger over the war in Iraq and scandal at home.
Political newcomer challenges Moore in 3rd District contest
October 29, 2006
Incumbent 3rd District Congressman Dennis Moore, a Lenexa Democrat, has withstood four Republican challenges in a district where Democrats are outnumbered.
Candidates disclose campaign finances
October 17, 2006
U.S. Rep. Jim Ryun, R-Lawrence, and Democratic challenger Nancy Boyda of Topeka matched each other in raising campaign contributions over the past quarter, according to the latest reports on file Monday with the Federal Election Commission.
Moore, Ahner vie for 3rd District seat
Democratic incumbent sees change in GOP-heavy region
October 6, 2006
Kansas Rep. Dennis Moore is an island of Democratic blue in a sea of red state Republicans.
Ahner wins right to challenge Moore in 3rd
GOP challenger is set
August 2, 2006
Moore has fended off repeated challengers in recent years.
Businessman to challenge Moore for Congress
August 2, 2006
Businessman Chuck Ahner won a four-man GOP primary Tuesday to face incumbent 3rd District Congressman Dennis Moore, a Democrat, in November.
Republican candidates to speak at LMH
July 27, 2006
Republican candidates vying to face incumbent Democratic Congressman Dennis Moore in the November election will address voters at 7 p.m. today at Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s Conference Room A.
No Moore Republican challenge?
In this primary, GOP opts to focus on other elections
July 26, 2006
Rep. Dennis Moore may never remove the Republican cross-hairs from his back, but the Kansas Democrat appears to be out of range this election season. In the past, the National Republican Congressional Committee has funneled resources into the heavily Republican 3rd Congressional District of Kansas, which includes an eastern portion of Douglas County and parts of Lawrence.
August ballot lineups are decided
June 13, 2006
It’s kind of the political equivalent to the start of March Madness.