Kansas Bleeds Once More

Excerpt: Not since 1859, when the citizens of "Bleeding Kansas" approved the Wyandotte Constitution enabling Kansas to enter the Union as a free state, has a Kansas election grabbed the nation's attention as the one about to take place. At stake is the district attorney position in Johnson County. This suburban Kansas City may be the most populous and affluent in Kansas, but the district attorney race usually attracts little attention beyond the metro.

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