Archive for Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Governor’s race takes on immigration issue

September 19, 2006

Governor

(LJW) Sebelius, Barnett contest heads to the border: In her television campaign commercials, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has taken credit for resolving the school finance issue and mending a broken state budget. Now on radio, Sebelius, a Democrat seeking re-election, has turned her sights to illegal immigration. Republican challenger Jim Barnett's campaign said that Sebelius was "trying to rewrite her record on illegal immigration."

Attorney General

  • The two candidates -- Republican incumbent Phill Kline and Democrat Paul Morrison -- will debate at 2 p.m. Sunday at Johnson County Community College.

2nd District Congress

From Lawrence Journal-World reporter Scott Rothschild's election notebook: In a war of the websites, Democrat Nancy Boyda posts a Lawrence Journal-World story about her being the only candidate who showed up at a recent health care forum. But Republican Jim Ryun cites the same story on his website to criticize Boyda's health care positions.

3rd District Congress

Chuck Ahner will be online at LJWorld.com at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday to take questions from voters.

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