Elections

Tuesday’s primary election will narrow crowded field of candidates
August 2, 2010
Kansas voters Tuesday will take the first step toward building a new political structure in the state.
Statehouse Live: Secretary of State predicts 19 percent turnout
July 30, 2010
State election officials Friday predicted 19 percent of Kansas’ registered voters will cast ballots in Tuesday’s primary election.
GOP congressional office seekers downplay political experience
July 27, 2010
Nine candidates are vying for a chance to be the party’s nominee for the seat, which is now held by Dennis Moore, a Democrat who chose not to seek re-election. Of those nine, seven are without any past legislative experience, which they say is a reason to vote for them.
Kobach takes floor at scheduled candidate forum
June 17, 2010
Wednesday evening was supposed to be a time for candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Kansas secretary of state to voice their stances and ask young Johnson County Republicans for their vote.
Holland chooses area senator for Democratic ticket
June 10, 2010
The Democratic gubernatorial team on Wednesday struck out at the likely GOP standard-bearer as a Washington, D.C., insider who pushed failed policies and divisive politics.
Holland taps Wyandotte County senator as running mate
June 9, 2010
Democratic candidate for governor Tom Holland announced Wednesday that he has picked state Sen. Kelly Kultala as his lieutenant governor running mate.
Political signs not allowed on highway right of way
June 4, 2010
It’s a sign of the season — campaigning to support your favorite political candidate. However, if your plans involve placing a political sign, the Kansas Department of Transportation reminds people to make sure the sign is not located on highway right of way.
Holland decries Brownback’s auto dealer exemption plan
May 14, 2010
A proposal by U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., to exempt automobile dealers from the oversight of a proposed consumer protection agency has drawn fire from military officials and Democrat Tom Holland, who will probably face Brownback in the governor’s race.
Baldwin City’s Holland announces he’ll run for governor
01:15 p.m., February 17, 2010 Updated 09:54 a.m.
State Sen. Tom Holland, a Baldwin City Democrat, not only threw his hat into the ring for the governor’s position Wednesday, he came out swinging against Sam Brownback, a Republican favored to win the seat.
State Sen. Tom Holland to announce candidacy for governor
February 16, 2010
Last month, state Sen. Tom Holland, D-Baldwin City, said he was thinking of running for governor.
Democratic state Sen. Tom Holland of Baldwin City may run for governor
January 20, 2010
State Sen. Tom Holland, D-Baldwin City, said Wednesday that he may run for governor.
Moore says he won’t seek re-election to Congress in ’10
November 24, 2009
Rep. Dennis Moore, D-Kan., will not seek a seventh term in Congress, opening up the only seat currently held by a Democrat in the Kansas congressional delegation.
Submit questions for candidate forum
March 18, 2009
Voters can submit questions for the Eudora Chamber of Commerce-sponsored candidate forums.
Several file for 2009 city and school district elections
January 27, 2009
In Eudora, current Mayor Tom Pyle is seeking another term. He will face Scott Hopson and Jean Farmer.