Election shows Kansas’ shift to center despite urban/rural divide

While Gov. Kelly's victory relied heavily on suburban districts, voters statewide not only endorsed her but also measures that reinforced the government's critical balance of power

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November 9, 2022 - 2:36 PM

The Kansas governor’s race was a nail-biter with incumbent Laura Kelly eking out a 1.4% cushion over  Attorney General Derek Schmidt.

Of the 976,276 votes counted, Gov. Kelly was ahead by fewer than 14,000 when the race was called Wednesday afternoon.

For those who quip their vote doesn’t count, this is proof positive it does.

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