A new Kansas Republican rule is aimed at keeping loyalty -- and donations -- within the party.
The Kansas GOP Loyalty Committee, ready to start next January, will discipline Republican officers who publicly support -- or give money -- to Democratic candidates.
If an officer is found to have violated this new plan, they can be stripped of their office.
Democrats say you won't see them instituting such a policy -- they say staying away from what they call.. "political non-sense" is bringing more people to their party.
Republicans say they expect loyalty to stay in- house -- especially for 2008.
Republicans who are sanctioned by the Loyalty Committee can appeal the decision to the state committee.
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