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General Election — November 2, 2010

Kansas Attorney General

Live results 3266 of 3315 precincts reporting / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

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Kansas Attorney General-elect Derek Schmidt picks John Campbell to head transition
November 15, 2010
Kansas Attorney General-elect Derek Schmidt has chosen a veteran of the office to lead his transition team.
Schmidt ousts Six in Kansas attorney general race
07:28 p.m., November 2, 2010 Updated 10:56 p.m.
With less than 1,000 votes counted, Derek Schmidt has 63.6 percent of the votes in the race for Kansas attorney general.
Kansas Democrats could lose three state offices
Secretary of state, attorney general and treasurer up for grabs
November 2, 2010
Democrats worried that their incumbent Kansas secretary of state could lose Tuesday’s election to a professor known for writing Arizona’s new immigration law and that angry voters could oust two other statewide officeholders.
Campaign Notebook: Republicans predicting election sweep over Democrats
11:26 a.m., October 28, 2010 Updated 11:44 a.m.
Starting their second day of a 4-day bus tour, Republican candidates took swipes at their Democratic opponents and President Barack Obama.
State’s role in health care reform law becoming focus of Kansas attorney general candidates
October 27, 2010
While current Attorney General Steve Six, Democrat, says he will not join other states that have filed litigation to challenge the federal health care reform law, his challenger, Republican Derek Schmidt says he wants to get Kansas involved in a constitutional challenge.
Campaign Notebook: Parkinson hopes Kansas voters don’t punish state Democrats over federal policies
10:58 a.m., October 27, 2010 Updated 04:43 p.m.
Sensing an angry electorate, Gov. Mark Parkinson on Wednesday pleaded with voters to try to differentiate between Democratic officials in Washington, D.C., and Democratic officials in Kansas.
Six outspends GOP rival for A.G.
October 27, 2010
Democratic incumbent Steve Six has spent twice as much money as his Republican challenger for Kansas attorney general, but outside groups appear to be spending more than the candidates to influence the race.
Campaign Notebook: Brownback leads in race for campaign contributions
Kansas attorney general outspends GOP rival
09:47 a.m., October 26, 2010 Updated 04:34 p.m.
Democratic incumbent Steve Six has spent twice as much money as his Republican challenger for Kansas attorney general, but both are getting hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of help from outside groups.
Kansas attorney general candidates clash over campaign claims
October 22, 2010
Partisan barbs are flowing in an attorney general’s race that could turnout to be the closest statewide contest on the November ballot.
Candidates to hold live chats on LJWorld.com ahead of November election
October 19, 2010
In preparation for November’s general election, LJWorld.com will be hosting live chats with candidates for national and state offices today.
Candidates to hold live chats on LJWorld.com ahead of election
October 18, 2010
In preparation for November’s general election, LJWorld.com will be hosting three live chats with candidates for national and state offices this week.
GOP activists from Iowa take aim at Kansas attorney general race
October 11, 2010
An Iowa-based organization has been sponsoring television ads critical of Democratic Kansas Attorney General Steve Six as he seeks to stay in office.
Kansas attorney general candidates announce campaign endorsements
September 30, 2010
Candidates in the Kansas attorney general’s race are announcing dueling endorsements as the election draws near.
Parkinson endorses Steve Six for Kansas attorney general
08:11 a.m., September 29, 2010 Updated 04:28 p.m.
Six faces Republican Derek Schmidt of Independence, who is the state Senate’s majority leader.
Attorney General candidates spar over health care reform in campaign debate
September 23, 2010
Attorney General Steve Six on Thursday defended his decision not to join other states in a legal challenge to federal health care reform. His Republican rival, state Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt, vowed to find a way for Kansas to join that lawsuit.

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