Kansas GOP Seeks Clean Sweep

KSCB News - November 2, 2010 12:00 am

Kansas Republicans are seeking their first

clean sweep of statewide and congressional races since the Beatles

were charting their early hits.

The last time Republicans won all statewide offices and

congressional seats on the ballot was 1964.

Congressman Jerry Moran and U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback headed the

Republican ticket in Tuesday’s election as the party’s nominees for

U.S. Senate and governor. Both were expected to win.

Republicans also hoped to capture all four U.S. House seats.

Democrats were hoping a Republican tide wouldn’t wash out

incumbent Attorney General Steve Six, Secretary of State Chris

Biggs and State Treasurer Dennis McKinney.


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