2014 General Election results

Governor     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Sam BrownbackRepublican422,82450%
Paul DavisDemocrat390,05146%
Keen A. UmbehrLibertarian33,6604%

U.S. Senate     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Randall BatsonLibertarian35,9264%
Greg Ormanindependent358,46043%
Pat RobertsRepublican449,05453%

U.S. House District 1     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Tim HuelskampRepublican131,68368%
James E. SherowDemocrat63,47733%

U.S. House District 2     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Christopher ClemmonsLibertarian9,4854%
Lynn JenkinsRepublican126,12957%
Margie WakefieldDemocrat84,77039%

U.S. House District 3     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Kelly KultalaDemocrat87,78140%
Kevin YoderRepublican132,501 60%

U.S. House District 4     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Mike PompeoRepublican133,84267%
Perry L. SchuckmanDemocrat67,07233%

Secretary of State     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Kris KobachRepublican496,98759%
Jean Kurtis SchodorfDemocrat339,71441%

Attorney General     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
A.J. KotichDemocrat272,97533%
Derek SchmidtRepublican550,45267%

Insurance Commissioner     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Dennis AndersonDemocrat312,03938%
Ken SelzerRepublican499,50962%

State Treasurer     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Carmen AlldrittDemocrat266,21432%
Ron EstesRepublican556,14968%

Retain Supreme Court justices     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Yes No
Lee Johnson383,518 (53%)345,752 (47%)
Eric S. Rosen389,196 (53%)350,481 (47%)

Kansas House District 79     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Larry W. AlleyRepublican3,28850%
Ed TrimmerDemocrat3,28250%

Kansas House District 81     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Blake CarpenterRepublican2,98362%
Lynn WellsDemocrat1,82838%

Kansas House District 82     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Pete DeGraafRepublican4,49062%
Danette HarrisDemocrat2,75038%

Kansas House District 83     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Carolyn BridgesDemocrat2,73556%
James ThomasRepublican2,16944%

Kansas House District 84     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Gordon BakkenLibertarian3117%
Gail FinneyDemocrat3,37670%
Ray "Grizzly" RacobsRepublican1,10623%

Kansas House District 85     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Steven BrunkRepublican5,50366%
Patrick ThorpeDemocrat2,83934%

Kansas House District 86     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
James PrudenLibertarian1,06228%
Jim WardDemocrat2,67772%

Kansas House District 87     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Charles JenneyDemocrat3,10339%
Mark KahrsRepublican4,85561%

Kansas House District 88     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Joseph ScapaRepublican2,54851%
Patricia M. SloopDemocrat2,50050%

Kansas House District 89     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Frank ChappellRepublican2,46242%
Roderick A. HoustonDemocrat3,35758%

Kansas House District 92     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Jeremy AlessiRepublican2,96046%
John CarmichaelDemocrat3,41854%

Kansas House District 93     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Sammy K. FlahartyDemocrat2,13131%
John WhitmerRepublican4,66269%

Kansas House District 95     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Benny BomanRepublican1,76342%
Tom SawyerDemocrat2,44058%

Kansas House District 96     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Rick LindseyRepublican1,93644%
Brandon WhippleDemocrat2,46356%

Kansas House District 98     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Steven AnthimidesRepublican2,25952%
Steven G. CrumDemocrat2,12449%

Kansas House District 100     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Dan HawkinsRepublican5,91070%
John Wallace WilloughbyDemocrat2,52530%

Kansas House District 102     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Brian E. DavisDemocrat1,83047%
Jan PaulsRepublican2,10554%

Kansas House District 105     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Mark Edward HuttonRepublican3,63761%
Sherry LivingstonDemocrat2,29139%

Sedgwick County Commission District 4     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Melody McCray-MillerDemocrat11.46748%
Richard RanzauRepublican12,02151%

Sedgwick County Commission District 5     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Jim HowellRepublican14,39363%
Richard YoungDemocrat8,21436%

Sedgwick County judge     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

Name Party Votes Percent
Seth L. RundleRepublican67,12252%
Gregory L. WallerDemocrat60,57947%

Wichita sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes37,89237%
No62,82662%

Andover sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes1,81647%
No2,03753%

Bel Aire sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes1,21244%
No1,51755%

Valley Center sales tax     (100 percent of precincts reporting)

VotesPercent
Yes1,00044%
No1,26355%

Election

Obama reignites political debate over Cuba

The surprising move by President Barack Obama to restore U.S. ties with Cuba reignited long-simmering political passions over the fate of the island nation, reinforcing yet another difference between Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and several Republicans eyeing bids for the White House.

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Paul: Trade with Cuba 'probably a good idea'

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Thursday the lengthy U.S. economic embargo against Cuba "just hasn't worked" and voiced support for opening trade with Cuba in the aftermath of the Obama administration's policy shift regarding the communist island.

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AP source: US probe links NKorea to Sony hacking

Federal investigators have now connected the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. to North Korea, a U.S. official said Wednesday, though it remained unclear how the federal government would respond to a break-in that exposed sensitive documents and ultimately led to terrorist threats against moviegoers.

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