During the weekend, while over at the Shop (better known as Kennedy Glass) the BNSF sent some trains my way.
Today was primary day in Kansas. Here’s who I voted for in the Republican Primary
US Senator: Jerry Moran
Basically, the two leading candidates are fairly close policy-wise. What sealed the deal for me to break for Moran was the way Mike Shanin and Scott Parks of KMBZ felt of the way the candidates handled themselves while being interviewed on their program.
US House of Representative, District 2 – Lynn Jenkins
With Moran and Tihart running for the senate seat, and Dennis Moore deciding not to run for office again, Lynn Jenkins was the only incumbent house member running for the seat they held during the current congress. Dennis Pyle ran on a campaign indicating that Lynn was not conservative enough.
Kansas Govenor – Sam Brownback
Senator Brownback is, of course, the front-running candidate overall in the current race for govenor.
Kansas Secretary of State – JR Claeys
I’ve actually received messages from the Claeys campaign for a while now. I didn’t pay that much attention. However; the front runner, Kris Kobach, doesn’t excite me that much. With all of the hubub regarding the immigration bill, among other things…. Kobach seems to be ‘Damaged goods.’
Kansas Attorney General – Dereck Schmidt
In reality, whoever I vote for in this race didn’t makea difference. Something tells me the incumbent, Democrat Steven Six, will get elected for a full term, especially after the controversy with the two previous AG candidates.
Kansas State Treasurer – Ron Estes
Free Pass to November – Mr. Estes ran unopposed on the Republican Primary.
Insurance Commissioner – Sandy Preager
Basically, this is the de facto insurance commissioner race, with no opposition from democrats or third parties. Her opponent ran on the fact that he is n insurance agent, and that Preager is a RINO. I have not seen a problem in the Insurance Commissioner’s office, however
Knsas House – Lee Tafenelli (unopposed)
Kansas Board of Education – Dawn Weston (unopposed)
County Commissioner – Lynn Luck
Haven’t seen much debate on this one.