Democrats in deep-red Kansas face lofty challenges at the polls but remain determined to make inroads.
They were re-energized by the recent elections of Gov. Laura Kelly and Congresswoman Sharice Davids, among other victories. And now, with an important presidential primary ahead, the Democratic Party in Kansas intends to take a solid step forward in encouraging more like-minded voters to participate.
On May 2, 2020, the party will use ranked-choice voting in Kansas as a way to make it easier to vote, and in turn increase Democratic voter turnout.