General Election — November 6, 2012

Kansas State Senate, 19th District

All precincts reporting / 2,992 total votes / Unofficial results / Precinct breakdown

Completed candidate chats
Video: Candidate forum: State Senate, 19th District

State Senate candidates Sen. Anthony Hensley and Republican challenger Casey Moore spoke at a Oct. 15 candidate forum sponsored by the local Voter Education Coalition at the Douglas County Courthouse. Each candidate was allowed a one-minute opening statement and a two-minute closing statement and were told in correspondence before the forum that candidates shouldn't raise any new issues in their closing statements to which their opponents wouldn't have a opportunity to respond. Questions for the forum were prepared in advance by VEC partners and taken from the live audience at the event. The VEC is a non-partisan organization made up of about 18 community groups that seeks to promote civil dialogue and broad participation of citizens and candidates through community forums. Watch »

Candidate questionnaire: 19th Senate District
October 30, 2012
Sen. Anthony Hensley and Casey Moore, his Republican challenger in the race for the state’s 19th Senate District, were asked to answer a questionnaire about some important issues. The questions and their answers are below.
Kansas Senate, District 19: Anthony Hensley vs. Casey Moore
October 27, 2012
The race for state Senate District 19 features the state’s longest-serving legislator, state Sen. Anthony Hensley, against a political newcomer, Casey Moore. By Scott Rothschild
Moore, Hensley tangle over taxes, transportation plan, other issues
October 23, 2012
Hensley, Moore race in 19th Senate District heats up in debate over taxes, transportation and jobs. By Scott Rothschild.
Hensley, Moore display different approaches to school funding
October 11, 2012
State Sen. Anthony Hensley, D-Topeka, and his Republican opponent Casey Moore, clashed in their approach to school funding during a candidate forum Thursday.
Americans for Prosperity mailers arriving in support of Republican candidates
October 11, 2012
Campaign mailers from the Koch-founded Americans for Prosperity that are aimed at defeating Democrats in state legislative races have started arriving in mailboxes around northeast Kansas.
Candidates talk about jobs, health care, schools and tax cuts
July 17, 2012
The three Democrats seeking to represent the 2nd U.S. House District on Monday agreed on most issues, saying that Congress has become beholden to wealthy special interests.