General Election — November 2, 2010

Kansas Attorney General

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

Completed candidate chats
Several candidates file for statewide election
June 9, 2010
Several more candidates for statewide offices in Kansas have filed for the Aug. 3 primaries.
Attorney General Six launches bid to retain his office
Will hold five rallies over two days
07:42 a.m., June 3, 2010 Updated 02:50 p.m.
Since taking office, Six said his consumer protection division has increased recoveries for consumers by 800 percent, and increased recoveries from Medicaid fraud from $1 million to $17 million.
AG Six says budget cuts threaten public safety with sex offenders
April 15, 2010
Six called on the Legislature to appropriate $270,000 to restore a contract for forensic psychologists who evaluate inmates to determine if they should be considered for parole or continue to be confined under the state’s sexually violent predator program.
Candidates report fundraising totals in statewide races
January 12, 2010
Kansas Attorney General Steve Six reports raising more than $375,000 in 2009 for his re-election campaign.
Attorney general wants to limit robo-calls
January 8, 2010
Unwanted robo-calls would be banned under a measure proposed Friday by Attorney General Steve Six.
Attorney General candidate wants to allow more cases in small claims court
Current Senate majority leader expects to press for legislation in the next session
November 2, 2009
Kansas Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt wants to allow more cases to be settled in small claims court.
Statehouse Live: H1N1 vaccines due soon in Kansas
12:44 p.m., September 30, 2009 Updated 02:51 p.m.
State officials have ordered swine flu vaccine.
Kansas Senate majority leader enters race for attorney general
Drops out of race for secretary of state
September 16, 2009
Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt announced Wednesday that he’s running for attorney general next year, dropping a campaign for secretary of state after two months.