Attorney General Steve Six raises more than $203,000 last year for a campaign to hold onto his office in 2010. More than half of his cash contributions, about $112,000, came from attorneys, law firms or companies that provide specialized services.
Also, about a third of his contributions, or more than $68,000, came from outside Kansas. Six, a Democrat, filed a campaign finance report this week with the secretary of state's office. He was appointed attorney general a year ago by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius to replace fellow Democrat Paul Morrison, who resigned because of a sex scandal.
Six has not said that he'll run in 2010, but his fundraising is evidence that he plans to do so. No Republican has announced plans to run.
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