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- State primary results certified
- August 30, 2008
- The results of the primary earlier this month became final and official Friday, showing that turnout was higher than expected.
- Slattery wins Senate nod easily
- August 6, 2008
- Former Rep. Jim Slattery had little trouble winning the Democratic Senate nomination in Tuesday’s primary. But his race this fall against Republican Sen. Pat Roberts is likely to give Slattery fits.
- 818 advance votes for primary received
- July 31, 2008
- As of Wednesday, 818 advance votes had been cast or mailed into the Douglas County Clerk’s office for Tuesday’s primary election.
- Slattery slams Roberts for taking money from indicted senator; Roberts gives money to charity
- July 30, 2008
- The campaign of U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., said Wednesday he would give to charity nearly $20,000 in contributions he has received from indicted U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.
- Primary Preview: U.S. Senate
- July 25, 2008
- In the race for the US Senate, two men are looking to challenge incumbent Pat Roberts. 6News reporter Lindsey Slater sat down with the two Democratic challengers looking to take over in Washington D.C.
- 423 advance votes cast
- July 25, 2008
- Elections officers said Thursday that the first week of advance voting before the Aug. 5 primary election has been relatively busy.
- Voters have until 7 p.m today to register for Aug. 5 primary
- July 21, 2008
- Today is the last day to register to be eligible to vote in the Aug. 5 primary election in Kansas. The Douglas County Clerk’s office at the courthouse, 1100 Mass., will be open until 7 p.m. today to accept registration applications for county residents.
- Advance voting for primary begins
- July 17, 2008
- About 40 people cast their ballots Wednesday at the Douglas County Courthouse.
- Advance primary voting begins today in county
- July 16, 2008
- Douglas County’s chief elections officer is optimistic that several contested races in the Aug. 5 primary election will boost voter turnout. Advance voting begins today at the Douglas County Courthouse, 1100 Mass. The county’s turnout was 12 percent during the 2006 primary. But a GOP showdown is in store between former Congressman Jim Ryun and State Treasurer Lynn Jenkins and two party primaries in each Douglas County Commission race might draw more people to the polls, said Douglas County Clerk Jamie Shew.