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General Election — November 4, 2008

Kansas Senate, District 3

All precincts reporting / 38,055 total votes / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

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Former KDOT Secretary Miller says Brown was not involved in helping improve safety on K-10
October 11, 2012
Former Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Deb Miller on Thursday said that state Rep. Anthony Brown, R-Eudora, was not involved in helping secure safety improvements along Kansas Highway 10.
State Sen. Tom Holland, who represents part of Lawrence, to announce candidacy for governor
06:25 p.m., February 16, 2010 Updated 06:58 p.m.
State Sen. Tom Holland, a Democrat representing Lawrence and eastern Douglas County, as well as Jefferson and Leavenworth counties, will announce Wednesday that he intends to run for governor this year.
State House member Holland moving into Pine’s Senate seat
November 4, 2008
Democrat Tom Holland unseated incumbent Republican Roger Pine in the state Senate’s 3rd District during Tuesday’s general election.
State Senate races: Kansas Senate District 3
November 2, 2008
Two veteran legislators are going head-to-head for the Senate seat in Kansas’ 3rd District. Incumbent Republican Roger Pine has held the position since January 2005. He is being challenged by Tom Holland, a Democrat who since January 2003 has represented the 10th District in the Kansas House.
Pine, Holland facing off for 3rd District Senate seat
October 31, 2008
Two veteran legislators are going head-to-head for the Senate seat in Kansas’ 3rd District. Incumbent Republican Roger Pine has held the position since January 2005. He is being challenged by Tom Holland, a Democrat who since January 2003 has represented the 10th District in the Kansas House.
GOP, labor interests primary sources of funding in 3rd Senate district race
October 29, 2008
The race to represent the 3rd state Senate district has become a high-dollar affair between Republican incumbent Roger Pine of Linwood and Democratic challenger Tom Holland of Baldwin City.
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.
Flap over Sen. Pine’s residency spills over to wife’s term on board
October 2, 2008
A political flap over the residency of State Sen. Roger Pine has now spilled over to his wife’s previous service on the Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission.
At debate, Holland says Pine not ‘truthful’ about residence
September 30, 2008
Republican state Sen. Roger Pine and Democratic challenger Tom Holland dueled Tuesday over immigration and Pine’s residence.
Pine confirms he no longer lives in Douglas County
Still resides in senate district
September 16, 2008
Republican state Sen. Roger Pine lists a Lawrence address for his home, but he conceded Tuesday that he doesn’t live in Lawrence.
Campaigns work to set debates
August 26, 2008
A challenger wants to debate about the number of debates in a U.S. Senate campaign. Democratic challenger Jim Slattery said Monday that Republican Sen. Pat Roberts needed to agree to four more debates - one in each congressional district.
Slattery faces Democratic rival
August 3, 2008
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., and Democrat Jim Slattery are in full campaign mode, spending big bucks on television ads, and running statewide in preparation for the November general election. But Slattery first faces Lee Jones on Tuesday in the Democratic Party primary.
Roberts revises TV ad
Democrats criticize negative portrayal of Senate opponent
July 18, 2008
Democrats’ complaints prompted Republican Sen. Pat Roberts to modify his latest television ad, but he hasn’t dropped a theme that could be helping his re-election campaign in the short-term.
Candidate outlines budget priorities
July 11, 2008
Working closely with the city of Lawrence and the Lawrence-Douglas County Chamber of Commerce is an important element in luring new businesses and industries to the area, said Grant Eichhorn, a 2nd District candidate for the Douglas County Commission.
Lawrence voters will play pivotal role in races
Chief election official hopes turnout will be better than record low
June 29, 2008
The primary elections are little more than six weeks away, and Lawrence voters will play a crucial role in several races. So, if you’re wanting to vote in the Aug. 5 primary and aren’t a registered voter, you have until July 21 to register. Secretary of State Ron Thornburgh, the state’s chief election official, said he hopes turnout will surpass the record low of 2006 when 18 percent of the state’s registered voters showed up at the polls for the primaries.

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