Chuck Henderson of Manhattan, Kan., makes a point in arguing that U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts is not truly a Kansas resident during a State Objections Board meeting on May 12, 2014, in Topeka. Henderson is a member of the Flint Hills Tea Party and one of eight people who objected to Roberts being listed on the ballot for re-election.
Chuck Henderson of Manhattan, Kan., makes a point in arguing that U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts is not truly a Kansas resident during a State Objections Board meeting on May 12, 2014, in Topeka. Henderson is a member of the Flint Hills Tea Party and one of eight people who objected to Roberts being listed on the ballot for re-election. Associated Press
Chuck Henderson of Manhattan, Kan., makes a point in arguing that U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts is not truly a Kansas resident during a State Objections Board meeting on May 12, 2014, in Topeka. Henderson is a member of the Flint Hills Tea Party and one of eight people who objected to Roberts being listed on the ballot for re-election. Associated Press

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