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National observers call Kansas U.S. Senate race a ‘toss up’

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National observers call Kansas U.S. Senate race a ‘toss up’
National observers call Kansas U.S. Senate race a ‘toss up’

SEVEN-POINT ADVANTAGE THE,KANSAS.FOR US SENATE MEANWHILE ISGETTING NATIONAL ATTENTION OVERTHE WEEKEND THE ECONOMIST CALLEDTHE RACE BETWEEN REPUBLICANROGER MARSHALL AND DEMOCRATBARBARA BOYE.ATOSSA RIDERS SAY RIGHT NOWNEITHER CANDIDATE HAS A 65PERCENT PROBABILITY OF WINNINGREPUBLICANS THOUGH OFREPRESENTED KANSAS IN THE USSENATE SINCE 1932.THAT’S THE LONGEST RUNNINGSTREAK IN THE COUNTRY.WE’RE NOW OFFICIALLY JUST TWOWEEKS OUT FROM ELECTION DAY YOUCAN COUNT ON KMBC9 NEWS FOR ALLOF Y




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