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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A top Senate leader and at least 10 other conservative Kansas legislators have lost their seats as moderate Republicans made GOP primary races a referendum on education funding and the state’s persistent budget woes.

Senate Majority Leader Terry Bruce was among the lawmakers ousted amid a backlash against Republican Gov. Sam Brownback and his allies.

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6 thoughts on “Backlash in Kansas ousts at least 11 conservative lawmakers

  1. A promising sign. Hopefully, it marks the start of a trend. Perhaps November will signal a significant shift in the makeup of both Congress and state legislatures.

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