Governor’s race takes on immigration issue
(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."
- The two candidates -- Republican incumbent Phill Kline and Democrat Paul Morrison -- will debate at 2 p.m. Sunday at Johnson County Community College.
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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.
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