Poll predicts GOP sweep of state offices

A poll shows Republicans winning all statewide state offices if the election were held today.

The Survey USA poll was conducted between Sept. 14 and 16 for KWCH, Channel 12.

The poll, by race:

* Governor: U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback, Republican, 59 percent; state Sen. Tom Holland, Democrat, 32 percent; Ken Cannon, Reform, 4 percent; Andrew Gray, Libertarian, 3 percent; undecided, 2 percent.

* Secretary of state: Kris Kobach, Republican, 53 percent; Chris Biggs, Democrat, 36 percent; Derek Langseth, Reform, 3 percent; Phillip Horatio Lucas, Libertarian, 3 percent; undecided, 4 percent.

* Attorney general: state Sen. Derek Schmidt, Republican, 50 percent; Attorney General Steve Six, Democrat, 41 percent; Dennis Hawver, Libertarian, 5 percent; undecided, 3 percent.

* Treasurer: Ron Estes, Republican, 58 percent; Dennis McKinney, Democrat, 37 percent; undecided, 5 percent.

Surveys for the governor's and treasurer's races had margins of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points, and those for the secretary of state and attorney general races had margins of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points.