TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is preparing to offer his prediction for voter turnout in Tuesday's primary elections.
Kobach scheduled a news conference Thursday afternoon to talk about the first primary he'll be conducting since he was elected in 2010 as the state's top elections officer.
Voters will choose nominees Tuesday for the state Legislature, U.S. House and the State Board of Education.
Attention has focused mainly on contested Republican races for the state Senate, where conservatives are seeking to oust moderate GOP incumbents.
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