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General Election — November 4, 2008

Kansas House, District 38

All precincts reporting / 18,406 total votes / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

Completed candidate chats
Despite high price of legislation, area legislature wants healthcare for working poor to be on agenda
January 5, 2009
Anthony Brown said the difficulties confronting the Kansas Legislature in the coming session was underscored by a message Republican members received last week from Speaker of the House Mike O’Neal.
Brown of Eudora wins a third term in Kansas House
November 4, 2008
Anthony Brown rode strong support from Johnson County to re-election in the 38h District Kansas House race.
State House of Representatives races: Kansas House District 10
November 2, 2008
Candidates for the 10th District House of Representatives - Tony Brown, D-Baldwin City, and John Coen, R-Baldwin City - cite their backgrounds as reason to vote for them.”I honestly think that we have got to try some new ideas in the Kansas Legislature,” said Brown, who has been a psychology professor at Baker University for 18 years.
State House of Representatives races: Kansas House District 38
November 2, 2008
One is the incumbent, a small-businessman and former teacher who wants to make his home district the best place to do business and raise a family. The other is an economist who has published dozens of articles on public policy issues.
Business owner, economist face off in 38th District
October 31, 2008
One is the incumbent, a small-businessman and former teacher who wants to make his home district the best place to do business and raise a family. The other is an economist who has published dozens of articles on public policy issues.
Candidates to chat online this week
October 20, 2008
Eleven candidates running for office in the Nov. 4 general election will chat with LJWorld.com readers this week.
38th District candidates join education forum
October 7, 2008
At a forum Monday evening in De Soto, the two candidates for the Kansas 38th District House seat saw a different message in the predominance of school finance in the state’s annual budget. For incumbent Republican Anthony Brown, Eudora, the importance lawmakers placed on K-12 education was easily demonstrated.