Wichita lawyer Dan Giroux filed Thursday to run for the 4th Congressional District seat, setting up a Democratic primary race with Robert Tillman, the Democrats’ 2012 candidate against incumbent Republican Rep. Mike Pompeo.
With the presidential primary season winding down next month, supporters of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders must decide whether they’ll vote for Hillary Clinton if she’s the nominee, not vote at all or back presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump or a third-party candidate
Hillary Clinton filed financial documents Tuesday night showing that in 2015 she earned more than $5 million in royalties from her book "Hard Choices" and about $1.5 million in speaking fees before she launched her presidential campaign.
New York reporters and editors who covered Donald Trump in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s sometimes received calls from public-relations men who sounded like Trump himself and indeed were Trump, masquerading as a helpful, boastful advocate for himself, said journalists and several of Trump’s top aides.
Bernie Sanders renewed his commitment to campaign “until the last vote is cast” in the Democratic presidential race, saying his victory in Tuesday’s West Virginia primary showed economically distressed voters “want real change.”
Rep. Virgil Peck, a colorful lawmaker from southern Kansas, will seek a seat in the Kansas Senate. Peck, R-Tyro, who has served in the Kansas House since 2005, will run for the seat in Senate District 15 in southeast Kansas.
Some accepted the reality enthusiastically, others, reluctantly. And some said they could never support the New York businessman and looked for alternatives. But with Ted Cruz out of the race, and John Kasich as well, Trump is the presumptive nominee.
Gov. John Kasich tweeted a Star Wars themed video early Wednesday making five predictions about a Hillary Clinton presidency and calling himself the only hope to stop it. In a few hours, he will drop out of the race for the presidency.